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OTC labelling a danger to drivers

The labelling of some over-the- counter medicines is inconsistent, inaccurate and could be a danger to drivers, according to Government research.

The Department for Transport study into the impairment effects of drugs and driving called for improved guidelines for manufactures about providing information to patients on the side-

effects of drugs that cause drowsiness.

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