Are young Aussies at risk from OTC analgesic use?

Nearly one third of young adults think OTC analgesics are “completely harmless” and one quarter take them for a non-indicated purpose, says intern pharmacist researcher While analgesics are commonly used and “super accessible”, consequences for products such as paracetamol and NSAIDS are not always known, intern pharmacist and Griffith University graduate Tahlia Duyster told delegates

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