The proliferation of over-the-counter allergy products, especially those containing multiple ingredients, is encouraging puzzled customers to turn to their pharmacists for answers. "We're getting more and more questions," says Keith Kramer, pharmacist at Hank's, Cornelius, Ore. "Each new product makes it more confusing for the customer." "It's true," agrees Chuck Harris, pharmacist at Wray's, Yakima, Wash. "The customers want to know which products will treat different symptoms and which ...
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