- What should I do to ensure that I take my medicines the right way?
- Are “natural” and “herbal” health products always safer?
- What should I take note of when giving cough and cold medicines to my toddler?
- Is it OK for me to buy medicines from the Internet?
You will find answers to these questions and more in our Consumer Guides.
Because no health product is 100% risk free, it is important for you to understand the steps you can take to minimise these risks as responsible consumers. These Guides provide simple, everyday tips on how you can better protect ourselves against unwanted side effects or reactions when using products ranging from western medicines, health supplements to cosmetics.
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