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CDC finds the sleepless and educated use Rx aids

CDC finds the sleepless and educated use Rx aids

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention profiles the typical sleep aid user, and finds that eight hours does not mean consumers are sleeping without help.

Finding opportunity in FDA focus on drugged driving

Finding opportunity in FDA focus on drugged driving

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With its recent actions on sleep aids and allergy medications, the FDA is demonstrating growing concern about the effects of prescription drugs on driving. One CRO is fielding a fleet of driving simulators to help manufacturers salve the agency's worries.

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