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Nausea, vomiting, or headache after taking a drug may be due to

A . Dependency
B . Addiction
C . Side effects
D . Tolerance ••

________ occurs when a person intentionally uses a drug improperly.

A. A side effect ••
B. Drug misuse
C. Drug synergism
D. Drug abuse

Correct me if I'm wrong!!!

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  1. You're wrong.

    Check your text materials for the right answers.

  2. I'm really sure for both of them is C correct me if I'm wrong!!

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  3. Your first answer is right, now. The second is still wrong.

    You're on your own now. Please do not post these questions again.

  4. Okay thanks Ms.Sue

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  5. 1. C 2. B or D

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  6. 1. is d 2. is b

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  7. Answers are,
    so for 1. is C and 2. is D
    for all the 3 answers it goes like this 1. C,D 2. C 3. D there hope this helped. :) I got 3/3 100% so I'm not wrong

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  8. Kailand papagayo is right

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  9. thank you

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