Hello there. If the inhaler has past its expiry date then you will need a new inhaler.
Yes, have been using expired lozenges for years now.
Expired Vitamin C is unlikely to hurt you, but the strength may not be as great as the bottle indicates. Of course, if it has expired, especially if it has been expired for a while, the best thing to do it throw it out and buy more.
It depends, if you have been using Xanax for a long time, then using expired products can trigger withdrawal symptoms as chemical breakdown of alprazolam (Xanax) is less potent than the non-expired drug product. You also have the risk of paradoxical reactions of hysteria, delirium and seizures.
Yes, Expired film is still processable. I just took pictures with an expired 35mm disposable camera that expired in 2002... and the pictures came out! The colors were not as vibrant as they would have been with new film, but not so bad for 7 year old film. If I wasn't comparing the pictures with a new roll of film, you wouldn't notice the difference.
It means that dispensed cash has been timed out and will be retracted by ATM.
No. I would try not to eat something expired just to be safe. Expiration dates are there for a reason. Still expiration dates are approximate so it depends on how long Velveeta Au gratin potatoes have been expired.
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You should still help them. You are protected by the Good Samaritan Law.
if the med it self expired the answer is no!! if you have been on it for a while say over 6 months my answer would still be not likely
you will probably get sick depeninding on how long it's been expired
if it hasn't been opened, eat it
Not nearly as well. The active ingredient is hydrogen peroxide. It degrades to water and oxygen over time. After expiration, there is still active ingredient, but, depending on long they've been expired, the effect is diminished. http://www.3dwhite.com/teeth-whitening/3d-white-faq.aspx