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NZ supermarkets rethink the risks of paracetamol

There are growing concerns in New Zealand about the risks associated with the sale of  paracetamol at major retailers, following a report by coroner David Robinson. Robinson has recommended a purchase limit be introduced on paracetamol products at supermarkets to help reduce the risk of overdose, following the death of a young woman from Dunedin due to acute liver failure as a result of an accidental overdose.  In New Zealand and Australia, supermarkets can legally sell paracetamol wit