A Sugar-Free OTC Remedy for People With Diabetes

| Dec 1, 2004

With the cold and flu season upon us, what is a person with diabetes to do when it comes to all those sugar-laden cough syrups? Which over-the-counter (OTC) choice is right for you?

Scot-Tussin Sugar-Free medicines are distributed nationwide through many outlets, including the largest wholesale drug companies as well as drug store chains such as CVS.

You can also order Scot-Tussin Sugar-Free medicines on line at www.scot-tussin.com.

Source: Scot-Tussin

Clinical adviser’s note: Check with your diabetes care team about the best OTC choices for routine colds, coughs, fever or sore throats. Be prepared by looking into this before a seasonal illness strikes. One size does not fit all when it comes to OTC medications. There are special considerations for individuals with diabetes who also have high blood pressure, are taking certain other medications or who may be pregnant or nursing.

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