OTCs: When headlines and sensationalism cause conflation and confusion

46189991 - cough and cold medicine
Headlines can cast undeserved shade onto pharmacy, writes Jarrod McMaugh—and the issue of kids and cough medicine is a good example The Royal Children’s Hospital recently released an editorial document based on an electronic survey of parents in Australia, asking them various questions about their use of Over The Counter medications. Interestingly, the questions and

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