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explain where responsibilities lie in relation to use of 'over the counter' remedies and supplements
It is the responsibility of the user. The best way to become better informed?for young and old alike?is to read and understand the information on OTC labels. [ [ Next to the medicine itself, label comprehension is the most important part of self-care with OTC medicines. If you read the label and still have questions, talk to a doctor, nurse, or pharmacist. ] ]
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Weegy: It is the responsibility of the user. The best way to become better informed?for young and old alike?is to read and understand the information on OTC labels. [ [ Next to the medicine itself, label comprehension is the most important part of self-care with OTC medicines. If you read the label and still have questions, talk to a doctor, nurse, or pharmacist. ] ]
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User: Where responsabilities lie in relation to use of over the counter remedies and supplements?





Weegy: OTC drugs enable people to relieve many annoying symptoms and to cure some diseases simply and without the cost of seeing a doctor. However, safe use of these drugs requires knowledge, common sense, and responsibility.
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