The answer to yesterday's question, "What nickname was given to the first pre-paid postage stamp, first issued in England in 1840?", is:
Penny Black. The cost was one penny, and the stamp was black with white lettering and a profile of Queen Victoria.
Today's question is:
Aspirin, ibuprophen, and naproxen are in a class of medications called NSAIDs. What does NSAID stand for?