DALLAS — Some food and drug retailers here, including at least four Houston-based Fiesta Supermarkets, have stopped selling or have restricted access to Tylenol PM, Advil PM and some generic over-the-counter medications containing diphenhydramine hydrochloride, an antihistamine sleep aid. Managers at the Fiesta store realized the medications were disappearing off shelves due to shoplifting. The culprits, Fiesta store manager Dennis Daily told the Dallas Morning News, are area youths who need ...

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