The population is getting old, life is more stressful and there is a wide selection of over-the-counter gastrointestinal medications to choose from, many backed by some high-powered national marketing. In supermarket pharmacies across the nation, this often plays out into a situation calling for pharmacist counseling. While the result is often a well-informed purchase and a patient successfully treated for an unpleasant if not painful malady, sometimes the best recommendation is no product ...

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