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- trademark for ibuprofen
- ‘Ibuprofen (sold as Nurofen and other brands) is a non steroidal anti inflammatory, at the safer end of that group of drugs.’
- ‘Over the daily Nurofen we take to nurse our glass ceiling headaches, we have at last been able to read how the Equal Opportunities Commission has discovered that females hold fewer than one in ten of the most senior positions in public life.’
- ‘I admit, I did start to feel better, although the two Nurofen I took at about the same time may have had an influence.’
- ‘And while I wouldn't want to see a return to athletes being able to get away with anabolic steroid use, and the like, I do think it's a bit heartbreaking when someone is stripped of a medal for taking a Nurofen.’
- ‘Only give medication that is suitable for children, such as children's paracetamol (eg Calpol) or ibuprofen (eg Nurofen for children).’
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