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Most of us have grown used to taking over-the-counter (OTC) drugs, even if it's a daily aspirin now prescribed to many people as they age, or allergy medications for hay fever or animal allergies. In general, these drugs have been proven safe when taken as directed, or they wouldn't have gained approval to be sold without a prescription. 

The danger lies in that OTC drugs are often taken without any thought at all that these are, indeed, drugs, and that they need to be included on your list of medications so that your doctor knows what you are taking. The same advice hold true for nutritional supplements.

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