The commercial begins with a little boy pushing a Target shopping cart through the grocery section of the store. He is just barely peering over the top of the cart. It then shows a bald man shopping and thinking. It then shows an Asian woman picking up a red glass object, also thinking. A baby is then shown riding in a shopping cart, and then an image of a medicine dropper being used to put a drop of medicine on a spoon. A quick shot of an Asian man is seen in the pharmacy, and then an older woman is shown holding a chewable vitamin, and then a young boy is again shown pushing a cart. A shot is shown of someone pouring Pepto Bismol onto a spoon.
What's the difference between Advil and Tylenol?
Are $4 generics really just as good?
How big is an infant dose?
Are chewable vitamins only for kids?
and why is Pepto pink? (Pepto Bismol)
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