- n vasoconstrictor (trade names Privine and Sudafed) used in nasal sprays to treat symptoms of nasal congestion and in eyedrops to treat eye irritation
- Matt Hasselbeck in Knoxville News Sentinel (subscription)
I want every advantage too, but I want to do it legally,Hasselbeck said. "When I go to Jamba Juice, I don't know what they're putting in those things. I can't take Sudafed now without a doctor's note. It's those kinds of things - you just...
- Teemu Selanne in SLAM! Sports
The guys are so fired up. I don't know if they're taking Sudies (Sudafed) or ephedrine or whatever, but guys are not thinking clearly and if that's the case, we've got to fix that problem,Selanne said.
- Bob McDonnell in Bluefield Daily Telegraph
Gov. Warner actually entered the executive order in Virginia to require that all of the required prescriptions - specifically the Sudafed - be put behind the counter,McDonnell said. "So if you are now wanting to buy a couple of cases of...