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We Asked A Doc: Is It Ever Okay To Take Expired Medications?

It has happened the most vigilant among us: a hacking cough wakes you up at 3 in the morning and, bleary eyed and half asleep, you reach for a bottle of over-the-counter medication. Just as you’re about to attack your symptoms with a tablespoon, you glance at the bottle and realize the medication has expired. Should you go […]
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