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    Side ef·fect
    /ˈsīd əˌfek(t)/


    • 1. a secondary, typically undesirable effect of a drug or medical treatment: "many anticancer drugs now in use have toxic side effects"

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  2. side effect: [noun] a secondary and usually adverse effect (as of a drug) — called also#R##N# side reaction.

  3. Side effects play an important role in the design and analysis of programming languages. The degree to which side effects are used depends on the programming paradigm. For example, imperative programming is commonly used to produce side effects, to update a system's state. By contrast, declarative programming is commonly used to report on the ...

  4. Oct 26, 2020 · Not everyone experiences side effects when starting a ketogenic diet, and thankfully, the negative side effects of keto are usually temporary. In the vast majority of cases, they go away within the first week or two of you starting the diet. Here’s a look at seven of the most common side effects and health benefits of ketosis. 1. Weight Loss

  5. Opioid side effects: Constipation is the most common one, affecting nearly everyone who takes them. But they also can cause: ... Addiction, meaning you want to keep taking these drugs even when ...

  6. All medications have side effects. Side effects can be harmful or not depending on the medication, dose and characteristics of individual such as overall health, family history and adherence to medical regimen. Studies show that clinicians consistently underestimate the rate of side effects resulting from antipsychotic

  7. Adderall side effects range from common, mild issues such as loss of appetite, nausea and insomnia to more serious but rare issues such as seizures, heart attack and psychiatric disorders. The drug has a black box warning for a high potential for abuse, and Adderall misuse may lead to cardiovascular events and sudden death.

  8. Feb 02, 2021 · Some of that anxiety comes from the side effects that have been reported among those who have already received the vaccine. However, both the vaccines currently available in the U.S.—Moderna's and Pfizer's—were authorized for emergency use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), with full knowledge of the side effects.

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