Halpern prescribes the medi-meth for patients who get recurrent urinary-tract infections—a side effect from Adderall or Ritalin.
A side effect of being famous is that people you barely know become your "friends" merely because they are celebrities, too.
The holes, he admits, are inarguably a side effect, but not ones large enough to concern them.
The system's side effect is to invite the French to use their first ballot as a protest vote.
A side effect of that move is that it could help Iovine nurture and develop talent that plays to their strengths.
Jobs were sometimes created as a side effect, and they were sometimes destroyed as a side effect.
But one side effect of all the hyper-partisan Kool-Aid drinking in D.C. is that compromise is now considered collaboration.
Any complex system is sport for a hacker; a side effect of this is the hacker's natural affinity for problems involving security.
side effect n.
A peripheral or secondary effect, especially an undesirable secondary effect of a drug or therapeutic regimen.