As a follow up to a previous post, I report on another silly warning label: My wife was recently prescribed sleeping pills. (Hey, if you lived with me, you'd have trouble sleeping too.) On the package, I discovered this revelation:
"WARNING: May cause drowsiness."
This stuff may cause drowsiness?! Isn't that the whole point of it? It would be more sensible to find a warning saying they may not cause drowsiness, wouldn't it?
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