Changes In Over-The-Counter Drug Regulation Are Flawed

By Tina Hu-Rodgers (July 9, 2021, 6:04 PM EDT) -- Over-the-counter, or OTC, medicines are a critical part of the U.S. health care system as well as an integral part of our daily lives. From pain relievers to digestive aids, OTC products can be found in nearly every home in America.

A study by the Consumer Healthcare Products Association found that U.S. households spend, on average, $442 for OTC products every year.[1] In 2020 alone, an estimated $36.5 billion was spent on OTC medicine in the U.S.[2]

Not only do people turn to these products as a first response to ailments, injuries and even chronic diseases,[3] but the ability to buy...

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