Cough and cold medicines for children to be limited

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  • Thursday, 09 Jul 2009

PETALING JAYA: The Drug Control Authority has decided to limit the use of cough and cold products in children due to safety and efficacy concerns.

In a statement yesterday, which came after a review of such drugs, it also ordered warnings to be displayed on prescription drugs obtained from doctors and pharmacists.

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