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‘Take With Food’ Labels on Drugs

When the label on a drug says, “Take with food,” does that mean take it before, during, or after eating, and what’s the time frame? And how much food?

That instruction is given if a drug is better absorbed when accompanied by food or if the drug (such as some antibiotics and pain rel...

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