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“Rarely, even commonly used medicines can produce what is called drug-induced hepatitis.”
“One of Illinois' new laws broadens the definition of drug-induced homicide to include absorption of a controlled substance, looking to close a legal loophole to prevent the abuse of prescription pain-killing fentanyl patches.”
“But Coleridge in fact worked on many drafts before the final one; his tale of a drug-induced creative flash was a fiction.”
“I loved the eternal high of being on tour—both drug-induced and performance-enhanced—and I wanted to re-create that feeling upon reentry to an ordinary life in Rosemead.”
“If we're to wake, just for a moment, from this drug-induced day-dream to glance at the facts, you must surely know that you are the most unequal industrialized society in the world, next to Singapore.”
“Instances of gambling on your sport or drug-induced performances step things up a notch.”
“The drug worked for several weeks, then the pain became too strong and Lucy moaned through a drug-induced haze.”
“There is even this entire strange drug-induced hallucination scene.”
“I knew the statistics and how drug-induced labors were more likely to lead to cesarean births, something I was eager to avoid.”
“Meanwhile, drug-induced changes in brain cell structure and number, when found as a result of taking illegal drugs, are always touted as a reason not to take these drugs.”
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