The first time, there were insects in our house, and a medication to remove the insects.
A pharmacist told her the medication was for women—and her identification still listed her as a male.
When a new doctor took her off all medication, she said, “I almost fell apart.”
The indications vary, but progressive poor response and medication intolerance are a few possible justifications.
He also said he was undergoing counseling, on medication, "in a good place now" and not resigning.
If the ox does not actually sweat under this system of medication, he will throw off a large amount of insensible perspiration.
The medication of the woods was not overestimated by Bradley.
The most important question which relates to medication during the hot stage is in respect to the administration of antiperiodics.
It is therefore a waste of time to attempt cures by medication.
For patients in early life it seems to fill the place occupied by cannabis indica in the medication of adults.
early 15c., "medical treatment of a disease or wound," from Middle French médication and directly from Latin medicationem (nominative medicatio) "healing, cure," from past participle stem of medicare, medicari "to medicate, heal, cure" (poetic and Late Latin) from medicus "physician, healing" (see medical (adj.)).
medication med·i·ca·tion (měd'ĭ-kā'shən)
A medicine; a medicament.
The act or process of treating with medicine.
Administration of medicine.