Consumers in the dark about OTC NSAIDs

While they are easily available in pharmacies, supermarkets and convenience stores, many Australians don’t understand the risks, researchers argue In a study conducted across a number of NSW pharmacies, University of Wollongong researchers investigated consumer knowledge about commonly purchased OTC ibuprofen products, specifically Nurofen and Nurofen Plus. Of 262 respondents who were surveyed, most of

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