Most cough, cold and allergy products containing pseudoephedrine have been behind the supermarket counter for six months or more. Now that the dust has settled on the PSE regulatory controversy, retailers, pharmacists and other employees are using the increased level of customer interaction to take a personal role in consumer health care. Final federal sales restrictions on cough and cold medicines containing PSE went into effect in September under the Combat Methamphetamine Act, to keep ...

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