COLLEGE-EDUCATED MOTHERS MORE LIKELY TO GIVE OTCs TO CHILDREN
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
COLLEGE-EDUCATED MOTHERS MORE LIKELY TO GIVE OTCs TO CHILDREN in a demographic breakdown of participants in a recent study assessing OTC use in three-year-olds based on interviews with their mothers. Published in the Oct. 5 Journal of the American Medical Association, the study found that mothers with at least some college education were more likely to have given their child an OTC drug during the one-month study period than those who had not been to college.
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