monograph system has not kept up with the needs of the American public or the over-the-counter
drug market for years, said Casey.
drugs purchased prior to 2011 still eligible?
Claiming that the government remained awash in cash, De Leon said the main objective of the over-the-counter
sale was to respond to the investment needs of GOCCs.
Next to the medicine itself, label comprehension is the most important part of self-care with over-the-counter
medicines," Fultz-Morris says.
Based on these studies, it would appear that allowing teenagers over-the-counter
access to Plan B wouldn't have the feared effect.
Novartis maintains many of the new brands will complement its established over-the-counter
product portfolio in North America.
drugs are typically intended for less serious, more easily diagnosable ailments, such as allergies or headaches.
OREGON: 108,000 elk About 52,000 Roosevelt elk and 56,000 Rocky Mountain elk Success ratio: 15 percent Over-the-counter
tags are available, primarily in spike-only areas.
Healthcare providers also needed to know about available over-the-counter
medicines and their licensed indications and doses.
Centre sues FDA for denying women over-the-counter
access to emergency contraception: FDA internal memo suggests agency did not follow regulations.
According to a position statement by the North American Menopause Society in the March/April 2003 journal Menopause, progesterone cream or gel preparations available by prescription or over-the-counter
may not protect the uterine lining from the effects of unopposed estrogen.
However revenue ruling 2003-102 also allows for the reimbursement and exclusion from income of amounts employees spend on over-the-counter
medications such as cold medicines, pregnancy test kits or antacids not reimbursed by insurance or otherwise.