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Reduce the risk: Properly dispose of your child's leftover pain medication
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