The winter forecast calls for colds. Lots of them. Retailers are preparing for what is expected to be a busy cough-and-cold season, and their shelves are fully stocked with reformulated products after last year's recall of medicines containing phenylpropanolamine (PPA). "All the manufacturers that were reformulating products have done so," said Karen Ramos, spokeswoman, Albertson's, Boise, Idaho. "There were a very small number of products that were not reformulated, but all the ...
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