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  • verb Present participle of overmedicate.


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  • She had a history of chronic pain, "overmedicating" and "doctor shopping" for prescription drugs, in which individuals seek multiple prescriptions from more than one doctor, sometimes by providing fake identification and symptoms.


  • L. Detwieler, 65, stole almost $1 million from her by overmedicating her and tricking her into allowing him to become her power of attorney.

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  • Others have insisted that Americans are overmedicating themselves.

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  • I said that Michael is overmedicating and that I did not want to see this kind of a case develop, and in particular in the Anna Nicole case.

    CNN Transcript Jul 1, 2009

  • HOLMES: Well, Brian, do you know, you say he was overmedicating, he was getting this stuff from somewhere.

    CNN Transcript Jun 26, 2009

  • Tomorrow's premise, we are overmedicating our kids.

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  • Tonight's "Great Debate": Are we overmedicating our kids?

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  • MERDIZADEH: If the patient is smoking more than an ounce of week, they might be overmedicating themselves.

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  • Brain-monitor advocates have long claimed that the devices help doctors avoid overmedicating patients.

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  • The problem is that we ` re all stressed out in America, and our solution is overmedicating usually, and it is a deadly combination.

    CNN Transcript Jan 25, 2008


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