Label Warnings Against Driving Start Arriving For OTC Sleep Ingredients In US
Unisom Sleeptab with 25 mg doxylamine is first OTC sleep remedy adding warning not to drive a vehicle or operate machinery and five others FDA requested in “changes being effected” letter. Agency’s ongoing review found “labeling deficiencies” with doxylamine and diphenhydramine.
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