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Reye's syndrome: A rare and serious childhood disease, usually following a respiratory infection, causing vomiting, fatty deposits in the liver, disorientation, and swelling of the kidneys and brain.
stimulant: A drug or other agent that produces a temporary increase in functional activity of a body organ or part.
synergistic: Used to describe the working together of two or more things or people, especially when the result is greater than the sum of their individual effects or capabilities.
synthetic: Made artificially.
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