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NSAID Alcohol Warning Seldom Read By Heavy Drinkers – NCL Survey

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Heavy drinkers rarely read over-the-counter analgesic label warnings advising of possible side effects from interaction with alcohol, according to a recent 1National Consumers League survey
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