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Without provider discussion, more parents keeping leftover prescription narcotics in the home
Too many pain pills in the medicine cabinet?
Keeping kids safe: Properly storing prescription medicines
Coughs, colds, and codeine: Risky remedies for sick kids?
More than half of Americans have personal connection to prescription pain medicine abuse
Not something to sneeze at: FDA warns about dangers of cold medicines for young children
Looking back at a year of children’s health research: Part 2
Looking back at a year of children’s health research
Some parents still missing the message about cough medicines and young children
Youth painkiller use: Not a numb issue
Share your story: Cough & cold medicines for young kids
Cough & cold medicine for young kids: Upcoming report
Medications still a major poisoning risk for kids
Narcotic pain meds among children & teens: Are parents numb to misuse?
Misuse of narcotic pain meds among children & teens: Upcoming report
Parents: Will you give your kids OTC cough & cold meds to combat flu season?
Safe Travels Part 2: Medicine Safety
Medicine-related poisoning in young children: Upcoming report
Narcotics in the medicine cabinet: Provider talk is key to lower risk
One in ten teens using “study drugs,” but are parents paying attention?
Parents ignore warning labels, give cough & cold meds to young kids
Parents numb to misuse of narcotic pain medicines by youth?
Easy-access medicines a poisoning risk for kids at home
Nearly 70 million Americans using discount generic Rx programs
Child health threats: are consumer alerts enough?
Ask the doctor: is my child's medicine FDA-approved?
Despite warnings, parents continue to use cough & cold medicines for young kids