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Warnings Not To Give Young Children Cough/Cold OTCs Still Go Unheeded

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Four in 10 parents said they administered OTC cough and cold products to children younger than 4 years even though labeling says not to use in this age group, according to a national poll. The finding suggests more education is necessary to reduce confusion and noncompliance.


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