Good post by an author at Philly.com:
"Some products available in your drug or grocery store, like Triaminic Fever Reducer, do not have their product names approved by FDA. Drug companies can capitalize on a well-known, trusted, brand name, and use it for any variation or formulation of that product."
Also from the author this advice: "Keep in mind that over-the-counter medications are required to have an approved “Drug Facts” label to educate consumers. Since the entire product ingredients are listed, make sure to read the label to prevent medication errors that could be harmful to you or your family."
Read it here: