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children’s pain medication is in short supply

children’s pain medication is in short supply
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You may have noticed that children’s pain medication is in short supply at your pharmacy. There’s a shortage of liquid meds across the country.

Quebec’s order of pharmacists is asking parents to resist the urge to stock up and instead, talk to their pharmacist about other options like chewable, generic, or house brands instead. Supply levels should be back to normal in the next few weeks.

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