Making the late-night drugstore dash again? If so, chances are you may be flushing money down the toilet. Canadians spent $3.6 billion in 2003 on over-the-counter medications, but we’re not always buying the best ones, says Anne Marie Picone Ford, a pharmacist in Moncton, N.B. So that you’ll know what to look for the next time you’re in need, we asked pharmacists – Picone Ford, Donna Kowalishin in Edmonton and Raymond Bannister in Saskatoon – for advice when it comes to stocking up on the best medicine for women.
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