Underuse of S2s common: study

Fewer than 20% of respondents in a new study reported “always” or “often” following directions when using pharmacy medicines The same people who self-report underuse of non-prescription medicines are also more likely to self-report overuse, new research has found. In their study, Sydney pharmacy researchers examined the extent to which consumers self-report following directions on

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