My nephew, a fourth-year medical student, is visiting for a month to do an externship at Vanderbilt. He told me about a game that the medical students play: one person announces a name, and the other person has to guess whether it's the name of a Pokemon or a prescription drug.
Here's a sample for you to try. See if you can figure out which of these are Pokemon, and which are the names of drugs:
Answer after the break...
The anwer is... Remelteon is a sleep aid, related to melatonin. Zingo is a local anesthetic. Remoraid and Empoleon are Pokemon. I gather that the drug companies actually have large divisions responsible for generating new drug names. They must employ a lot of people who used to work for The Pokemon Company.