Customers looking to self-treat an upset stomach want an over-the-counter product that works . . . and works fast, pharmacists say. Generally, pharmacists say double-strength and fast-acting liquids fill the bill. One notable exception concerns women customers, for whom many pharmacists recommend calcium-containing antacid tablets. Pharmacists' recommendations may soon shift dramatically, however. Hovering over the entire OTC category of antacids is the possibility that low-dose strengths ...
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