In recent weeks, parents and other caregivers have found it tough to get over-the-counter fever- and pain-reducing medications for their ill children.
The Washington Post spoke with experts about the shortage and to answer common questions about what parents can do to help their children if they can’t find these drugs. Here’s what they said.
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