Why do people buy medicines from supermarkets?

Consumers appear to be moving away from pharmacies and into supermarkets for minor healthcare needs, says QLD researcher In Australia, supermarkets are able to offer unscheduled medicines for the treatment of pain and fever, coughs and colds, and indigestion, as well as other complementary medicines such as vitamins. Associate Professor Gary Mortimer, a researcher from

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