Using teaspoons, tablespoons, and other nonmetric dosing units for oral liquids will fall out of favour

Using teaspoons, tablespoons, and other nonmetric dosing units for oral liquids will fall out of favour.

About 10,000 calls per year to poison control centres are linked to confusion over measuring units.

Errors have led to hospitalizations and deaths.

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