Sick babies and kids with runny noses and coughs continue to shed controversy on the cough and cold category, resulting in changes in the way over-the-counter products are marketed and sold. Even after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s 2007 investigation of the safety and efficacy of cold medications for children resulted in voluntary withdrawal of medications for infants and children under 2 and the subsequent relabeling of medications, the drug industry continues to respond to ...

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