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Soap is produced by hydrolysis of molecules of fats and sodium hydroxide.
Effectiveness of soap increases in hard water.
Soap acts by emulsifying greasy stains into tiny droplets in water.
Aspirin should never be given to children.
Paracetamol can be given to children as analgesic or antipyretic.
Paracetamol rarely has side effect if taken at the recommended dose.
Codeine is a strong analegsic when used in high dose. However, continuous consumption of codeine will cause addiction
Patient need not take the full course of antibiotics that the doctor prescribes if he found himself has recovered.
Insulin is used to regulates the level of glucose in the blood.
Insulin is produced in thymus.