Get to Know Your Words: t.i.d., tid

t.i.d., tid

Latin – ter in die
Three times

Latin is no longer commonly used but it can still be found on your prescription bottle! Understanding what information is on your prescription label and what that information means can help you lead a safer and healthier life.

TID: In Latin, ter in die means three times a day and is often abbreviated to tid or t.i.d on your prescription bottle!

 

 

 

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