What Does the Expiration Date on Medication Really Mean?

How to be sure that the drug you need is still safe to take


Who hasn’t reached for a bottle of pain reliever or decongestant in a moment of need, only to discover that the medication has been expired for months or even years? We ask ourselves, “Is it safe to take? Will it still work? Could it make me sick?”

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