How to Read a Prescription Label

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Anxiety sets in for many parents after they bring their child’s medicine home from the pharmacy and realize that they don’t know how to read the prescription label. Caring for a sick child can be stressful for many parents but understanding your child’s medicine can help reduce some of this stress. Here is how to read a prescription label.
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