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pill

1. and the pill n. a birth control pill. (Always with the in this sense.) The pill has really changed my life.
2. n. a tobacco cigarette; a marijuana cigarette. I’ll trade you a pill for a match.
3. n. a drug in capsule form. The doctor prescribed these pills.
4. n. a football. Fred kicked the pill through the goal and won the game.
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If we could use the pills at all we would make far better wishes than that.
The automatic pill dispenser itself has a lock for the pharmacist, two independent locks on the metal case operated by the clinic nurse, and a fourth lock allows the patient to secure the e-pill MedTime SAFE to a certain location in their own home.
Her parents blame the fatal clot on the Pill, which her GP had prescribed to regulate her periods.
In a survey of 2,000 women who had switched pills, 28% said they did it because the pill made them feel depressed - the most common side effect.
The combined contraceptive pill is the most popular form of contraceptive, especially for women in their 20s and 30s.
Pill bugs eat dead plant parts and turn them into soil.
5 million UK women who take the Pill already know - it eases period pain.
any out conlion But new research has finally c firmed what many of the 3' mill UK women who take the Pill alre know - it eases period pain.
Women who use emergency contraception pills are also likely to later use highly effective contraception methods, according to a March AJPH study, refuting conjecture that access to such pills can lead to a decline in contraceptive use.
Force open the jaws and push pill to back of mouth with right forefinger.
Only a few studies (most of them based on nonrepresentative samples of the population) have attempted to measure consistency of pill use and identify characteristics associated with inconsistent use.
Mike DeAngelis, manager of Corporate Communications for CVS Pharmacy, said the company will offer the pill in all of its stores nationwide.
Using jelly, applesauce, or another semisolid chaser instead of water is a better way to have patients swallow pills or tablets, particularly in patients with dysphagia.
6) The makers of the mini pill admit to this mode of action.