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Yes, it was an overdose of disgusting food served at an interview dinner.
But our incidence of drug overdose deaths is way out of proportion to our population density.
Three days previously, she had tried to commit suicide by taking an overdose of sleeping pills.
Newspapers began reporting deaths resulting from overdose.
Fearing that she had taken an overdose, he hurried to her apartment.
He spent several days in intensive care before recovering from the overdose.
Earlier versions were less effective than modern pills, which have fewer side effects and are less toxic in overdose.
The idea is similar to the way in which an overdose of heroin or morphine is treated.
Not long after, she killed herself with an overdose of sleeping pills.
In the end she takes an overdose of sleeping medicine.
The overdose of sugar cause many dangerous problems to users.
And further, if you think you cannot overdose on marijuana you need the reality check.
She has to write down how many she takes so she doesn't overdose.
But cats are extremely sensitive to aspirin, and even a single extra-strength pill can trigger a fatal overdose.
From the blasted pupils, it could also possibly be a catnip overdose.
Promethazine overdose occurs when someone takes too much of this medicine.
Propoxyphene overdose occurs when someone takes too much of this medicine.
Phenytoin overdose occurs when someone takes too much of this medicine.
Isopropanol overdose occurs when someone accidentally or intentionally swallows this substance.
That's not how plants are designed to work and it makes it easy to give them a damaging overdose.

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