Huge gaps in understanding paracetamol harm: study

children health: little girl refuses medicine
A study of adults who had recently purchased children’s paracetamol has indicated that many people don’t know basic information about the commonly used medicine. Presented at last week's National Medicines Symposium in Canberra, the study of 174 people by researchers at the University of Wollongong found that around a quarter of the respondents (26.4%) did

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