Combination simple pain relievers

Combination simple analgesics

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The Combination simple pain relievers subcategory of medicines is also known as combination simple analgesics.

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17 Oct 2014 Many Australians have exceeded the maximum daily dose of over-the-counter painkillers, a recent poll suggests, potentially posing significant risks to their health
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