over-the-counter drug

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Due to the organisation's commitment to only helping addicts using over-the-counter drugs, they have been unable to secure public sector funding.
Is a doctor recommendation for an over-the-counter drug the same as a prescription?
Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., and Bob Casey, D-Penn., issuing a May discussion draft calling for over-the-counter drug reform.
Based on new scientific information and concerns expressed by outside scientific and medical experts on an FDA advisory committee, the agency is requesting additional scientific data to demonstrate that health care antiseptics in the over-the-counter drug monograph are generally recognized as safe and effective (GRASE) for their intended use to reduce bacteria that potentially can cause disease.
The researchers reviewed 168 TV advertisements for prescription and over-the-counter drugs aired between 2008 and 2010, and identified statements that were strongly emphasized in the ad.
So what do we make of the fact that prescribing paracetamol - perhaps the most commonly-used and bought over-the-counter drug - costs Wales some pounds 3m a year?
Enginuity's product development software is used by cosmetics, consumer packaged goods, over-the-counter drug, speciality chemical and pharmaceutical companies around the world.
New Natural Dentist Antiseptic mouth rinse, formulated with menthol as its active ingredient, is said to be the only natural rinse to carry the Food and Drug Administration's over-the-counter drug label.
(TYO:4535) said Wednesday it will buy Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.'s (NYSE:BMY) over-the-counter drug assets worth US$310 million in Asia Pacific (excluding China and Japan).
When the Food and Drug Administration [FDA] first approved EC to be sold as an over-the-counter drug, its sate was restricted to women ages 18 and older.
The FDA is requiring manufacturers to place more prominent warning labels on certain over-the-counter drug products to alert consumers to the potential risks of liver injury from acetaminophen and stomach bleeding from NSAIDs.
An inspection found over-the-counter drug products have been "prepared, packed and held under unsanitary conditions whereby they may have been contaminated with filth or rendered injurious to health." Paul Fox, a spokesman for Cincinnati-based P&G, said none of the issues raised by the FDA compromised the safety of any products.
Andy Murdock, a director at Lloyds pharmacy, is worried new over-the-counter drug alli could be sold to people who should not be taking it.
Over eighty percent of women suffer from emotional changes prior to menstruation Most women reach for an over-the-counter drug for a "quick fix" during this time of the month.
Under the agreement terms, the three parties will jointly develop analgesic poultices for both ethical (prescription) and over-the-counter use by following Mikasa Seiyaku's proprietary products, Zepolas (ethical drug) and Zenol (over-the-counter drug).
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