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painkiller

n. liquor. (see also feeling no pain.) Pass that bottle of painkiller over here. My throat hurts.
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It is now not uncommon for me to see patients on five different types of painkillers.
They did not know where he had obtained the Tramadol from as his GP had never prescribed it and had warned him against taking large amounts of painkillers.
Opioids are available as overthe-counter painkillers like codeine as well as prescription medications like Tramadol, the painkiller which Ant McPartlin recently admitted struggling with an addiction to.
The painkillers were placed at the top of her suitcase, she wasn't hiding them.
Researchers believe painkillers for treatment of flu, injury and injury have unique risks and benefits associated with them.
Dubai Police said they seized 557,000 Tramadol pills and 91,000 other illegal painkillers during the busts.
Fifty-seven percent said painkillers have improved their quality of life, while 16 percent said the drugs have worsened quality of life.
CODEINE An opioid painkiller (and therefore potentially addictive) which acts on the pain centre in the brain, damping down sensations of pain.
He said: "It is a deindustrialised area and people may have been prescribed painkillers for aches and pains, and may well have been on them for years.
Prosecutors told Dubai Court of First Instance that the men were caught last May after Dubai Police's anti-narcotics department received a tip-off that the pair had been buying painkillers using the fake stamp.
Declines in death rates in Florida for specific prescription painkillers (oxycodone, methadone and hydrocodone) and sedatives paralleled declines in prescribing rates for those drugs.
Women are more likely to have chronic pain, be prescribed prescription painkillers, be given higher doses, and use them for longer time periods than men.
The state is restricting access to a new class of narcotic painkillers that law enforcement and public health officials across the country fear could worsen drug abuse, officials announced Thursday.
Experts in the UK and the US have advised to take painkillers such as paracetamol (acetaminophen) or aspirin, New Scientist reported.