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A bitter pill to swallow: young people dislike tablets more than old

By Fiona BARRY

- Last updated on GMT

Some patients surveyed preferred taking effervescent medicines. (Picture: Raymond Gilford/Flickr)
Some patients surveyed preferred taking effervescent medicines. (Picture: Raymond Gilford/Flickr)

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