Flavoring liquid medicines to make them taste better

    Here's a great idea. Some pharmacists are now flavoring liquid medicines to make them taste better.

    Just a few drops of concentrated flavoring can improve or change the taste. This is a big hit with children...and some older adults who have to take liquid meds.

    Kids like to pick out their own flavor. And many parents are happy to pay an extra $2 to $5...because it's easier to give the medicine to their child.

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