Low NSAID Knowledge, Satisfaction In Consumer Pain Medication Survey
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily & The Rose Sheet
While 60% of consumers use an OTC medicine for pain, nearly a third are not satisfied with the results, according to Kelton Global's research on consumer understanding of pain medication. Nearly half of consumers are not familiar with the term NSAIDs or with FDA recommendations on using the products.
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