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painkiller

slang Alcohol or an alcoholic drink. The bar always has a couple of regulars propping up the bar clutching a bottle of painkiller.

painkiller

n. liquor. (see also feeling no pain.) Pass that bottle of painkiller over here. My throat hurts.
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It estimated that by 2017, 11.4 million people in the country were misusing prescription painkillers. Health Secretary Matt Hancock announced yesterday that packaging on common medications such as morphine or fentanyl will now have to carry a warning informing patients about the risk of addiction.
OVER-THE-COUNTER sales of strong painkiller codeine may be banned in a new addiction crackdown.
She said: "We know that long-term use of painkillers can lead to life-altering and sometimes fatal addictions, so I am delighted to see measures put in place to raise awareness of the risks of codeine and prescribed drugs.
Difene, the active component in one of the world's most-used painkillers, Diclofenac, has been linked to an increased risk of heart attack and stroke in a major study.
This drug is an antiinflammatory as well as a painkiller. It prevents blood clots and your GP may prescribe aspirin if you have a heart condition.
If the patient has side effects, the painkillers may mask the symptoms, he warned.
16 (ANI): Doctors have always advised caution against consuming painkillers during pregnancy due to various reasons.
Think twice before taking painkillers during pregnancy as researchers have found that they could affect the fertility of the unborn child in later life.
Ross is thrown as Rhona asks him about the painkillers He's thrown when the vet starts asking questions, and his frustration soon turns to anger.
The study suggests that by ensuring the individual experiences less pain early on, they can overcome the need to continue taking the painkillers sooner than they would otherwise.
Reading it is fairly dull, if I'm honest, but last week it published an article which found that 90% of the world's opioid painkillers are taken by the richest 10% of the world.
The factory worker had been given Co-codamol by his doctor for his backache and at the time had expressed concern to her about the amount of painkillers he was taking.
British tourist (http://www.ibtimes.com/laura-plummer-british-woman-carrying-painkillers-husband-jailed-egypt-2610459) Laura Plummer remained behind bars in Egypt after flying into the country in October with painkillers for her husband's sore back.