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Dextromethorphan

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  • Dr. ERIK PIORO (Neuromuscular Center, Cleveland Clinic): Dextromethorphan, which is the active component, is a well-known medication that's been around for many years as an ingredient in cough syrup.

    New Drug Approved For Emotional Incontinence

  • Dr. ERIK PIORO (Neuromuscular Center, Cleveland Clinic): Dextromethorphan, which is the active component, is a well-known medication that's been around for many years as an ingredient in cough syrup.

    New Drug Approved For Emotional Incontinence

  • Dr. ERIK PIORO (Neuromuscular Center, Cleveland Clinic): Dextromethorphan, which is the active component, is a well-known medication that's been around for many years as an ingredient in cough syrup.

    New Drug Approved For Emotional Incontinence

  • Guafesin is an expectorant, which thins your mucus, so you can clear your chest easier, and Dextromethorphan, which is a non-narcotic cough suppressant.

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  • Dextromethorphan which is a cough suppressant is not very effective at controlling the most common coughs caused by cold or flu.

    FDA looks to curb “robo-tripping”

  • Dextromethorphan (can be found as the "DM" in many preparations)

    Cough and Cold Medicine

  • Dextromethorphan (which is a cough suppressant) is not very effective at controlling the most common coughs caused by cold or flu.

    FDA looks to curb “robo-tripping”

  • Dextromethorphan, or DXM, is commonly found in cough medicines that are available over the counter at pharmacies, meaning consumers don't need a prescription to buy the product.

    Bill Aims to Curb Cough-Syrup Abuse

  • In a move that we still haven't processed the logic behind, Stop and Shop will now require young people to prove they are 18 by showing ID before buying cough medicines that contain Dextromethorphan.

    The Consumerist: May 2007 Archives

  • In a move that we still haven't processed the logic behind, Stop and Shop will now require young people to prove they are 18 by showing ID before buying cough medicines that contain Dextromethorphan.

    Get Ready To Show ID When Buying Cough Syrup - The Consumerist

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