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medicine cabinet

A storage cabinet for medical supplies, toilet articles, and the like.
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Medicine Chest will reportedly continue to operate its remaining ten locations, which includes three long term care pharmacies and seven retail pharmacies.
Otherwise, the nation's medicine chest may eventually resemble just another bare cupboard.
I was always getting told off for climbing up and looking in the medicine chest but I was fascinated by the smells which included wintergreen, oil of eucalyptus, sal volatile and a jar of pink ointment without a label known as 'elibinc'.
1 Outline the inset medicine chest to fall against a stud on one side and cut out the opening with a drywall saw.
the King, the now Federal Court of Canada interpreted the medicine chest clause to mean that all medicines, drugs, and medical supplies shall be provided free of charge to the beneficiaries of Treaty No.
Pinette is a Metis family physician in Manitoba and host of APTN's Medicine Chest.
Yoko has a whole medicine chest of natural remedies for those who want to treat ailments the gentle way.
A veritable medicine chest of natural ingredients promises to give skin a second chance, permeating the skin deep down.
The beginning of the cold and flu season is an ideal time to check your medicine chest and toss out expired or out-of-date medicines; prescription medicines your doctor has told you to stop taking; any medicine which has a noticeable change in color or smell; and those with illegible or missing labels and package instructions.
As future drugs are added to the nation's medicine chest, and thereby its waters, he says, it's imperative that scientists understand how they interact to affect the environment and human health.
GOLDENSEAL An essential part of any Cherokee Indian healer's medicine chest, the dried root of this plant contains berberine, which gives it a bright yellow colour, and hydrastine - two plant nutrients that increase the power of the immune system.
These all had some sort of use in the medicine chest or as cosmetics.