Warning labels on medicines should be simplified because words such as “drowsiness” and “avoid” are too confusing for modern patients, experts claim.

via ‘May cause drowsiness’ too confusing for modern medicine labels – Telegraph.

I suppose the next thing will be complaints that “do not drink alcohol while taking this medicine” is too directive and that people are worried about the sip of wine they had when they forgot they were on medication.

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