Labels don’t reduce medicine-related crashes: study

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A study examining the effectiveness of colour-graded pictogram labels has concluded that they don’t work to reduce medicine-related traffic crashes.The study, published in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, examined whether the pictograms used in France on medicines labelling, which indicate whether it is safe to drive while taking a medicine, are linked to a

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