Adverse effects are the unintended outcomes, caused by a medical intervention, that have a negative impact on an individual's health or well-being. Common adverse effects include nausea, headaches, and tiredness. Investigators in clinical trials often distinguish between serious adverse events and those that do not substantially affect the individual's well-being.
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