antitussive

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antitussive

[¦an·tē¦təs·iv]
(pharmacology)
An agent, such as benylin expectorants, that relieves coughing.
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As predicted, memory-set subjects invested more time examining the label of the cough medicine (M = 210.
For the past five years, the Partnership has also been working tirelessly to specifically address the abuse of dextromethorphan, (DXM) the active ingredient in many OTC cold and cough medicines sold in the U.
The actors' performances are based on known side effects of cough medicine abuse.
Recently, I've resorted to downing cough medicine which knocks me out for the count.
The percentage of teens who report abusing OTC cough medicine has held steady around 5 percent over the last five years.
With the help of CADCA advocates all across the country, the StopMedicineAbuse campaign works to alert parents about teen abuse of OTC cough medicine.
They include Covonia cough medicines and the Care range - the largest volume brand sold in pharmacy.
The study found that theobromine - a substance found in cocoa - was nearly a third more effective in stopping coughs compared to codeine, which is currently considered the best cough medicine.
The new one that's on the rise is DMX, the cough medicine, and the drug of choice is methamphetamines, but they're not bringing it to school,'' Wyman said.
Goody spoon feeds cough medicine to quiz cheat Ingram in the magazine published tomorrow.
Tecwen, who was forced to quit his job as head of business studies at Pontypridd College earlier this year, is also writing a book about his experiences and is hoping to become the new face of cough medicine.
Sorry those who said it was a cough medicine company.