Of those that did, 99 percent did not match the written guidelines. Many dosers were marked in milliliters but instead had instructions listing teaspoons or tablespoons.
Study shows confusing labeling on child meds
NEW YORK He looked at 200 over-the-counter medicines and found that almost a quarter didn't even include measuring devices to get the correct dose, such as a cup or syringe, so parents had to find their own.
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