Caution: Some Over-the-C​ounter Medicines May Affect Your Driving



10/07/2014 11:00 AM EDT
Anyone who operates a vehicle of any type—car, bus, train, plane, or boat—needs to know there are over-the-counter medicines that can make you drowsy and can affect your ability to drive and operate machinery safely.Over-the-counter medicines are also known as OTC or nonprescription medicines. All these terms mean the same thing: medicines that you can buy without a prescription from a healthcare professional. Each OTC medicine has a Drug Facts label to guide you in your choices and to help keep you safe. OTC medicines are serious medicines and their risks can increase if you don’t choose them carefully and use them exactly as directed on the label.

My son died in police custody

Eric Holder, Attorney General of the United States: Please demand the Department of Justice investigate the Missouri Highway Patrol, specifically in regards to the death investigation of Brandon Ellingson, an Iowa citizen, while in their custody.

Sherry Henrickson Ellingson
Clive, Iowa