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Remember that just because a drug is an over-the-counter medication you've used many times in your life, that it doesn't still have the potential to cause problems as your medication regimen expands or your health challenges intensify.
Beginning in January 2011, employees must get a prescription from a doctor in order to use FSA funds to buy over-the-counter medication.
During the study, the researchers surveyed almost 100 youngsters between 14 and 20 years old, and found that the average score on series of questions about knowledge of over-the-counter medication was 44 percent.
Meantime, take an over-the-counter medication called Cystex ($13.
Of 418 postpartum women who responded to a survey about prescription and over-the-counter medication use during pregnancy, 59 (14%) reported using potentially harmful medications.
Specifically, AMAA and ARA recognize their new premier brand pain reliever, Tylenol 8Hour, as a safe and effective over-the-counter medication for endurance events.
Alavert, an over-the-counter medication that has the same ingredients as Claritin, sells for 85 cents or less per tablet.
Check with your doctor before taking any other prescription or over-the-counter medication.
But in December, Claritin switched from being a prescription drug to an over-the-counter medication when maker Schering-Plough's patent expired.
Older Canadians continue to provide a solid consumer base for over-the-counter medication.
Give them the same respect you would give any other over-the-counter medication.

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