The dense, pseudo-medico-legal boilerplate that appears at the end of commercials or advertisements for prescription drugs, advising consumers of the risks. Always ends with the phrase Use only as directed.

That might be just what I need for my low self-esteem, said John. I don't know, Julia fretted, did you read any of the pharmarrhea? She pointed to one particular sentence of the tiny type: 44% of test subjects experienced spontaneous hair failure, compared with 7% who received a placebo.

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