Thursday, October 05, 2006


We are curious about why medication with the same milligrams are of a different size. The ibuprofen we get is smaller than the French ibuprofen, though equally effective. The decongestant (red pills) are tiny compared to the decongestant with acetaminaphen. The added ingredient still doesn't account for the size difference because at home our pills are still smaller. Interesting difference. Not good or bad, just intereseting to note.

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