Morning Report: FDA approves Narcan for over the counter sale
Narcan, a drug used reverse opioid overdoses, can now be sold over the counter. The FDA approved its over the counter sale to try to reduce the rising fatality rates. By late summer, over the counter Narcan is expected to be for sale in big-box chains, supermarkets, convenience stores, gas stations and online retailers.
Amazon is starting to warn consumers when products sold on its platform are regularly shipped back for returns.
The warning label will encourage consumers to check the item details and reviews before making their purchase, helping customers avoid misleading or low-quality products and reducing unnecessary returns.
Stocks saw big gains Wednesday.
Worries about banks are fading and tech stocks are leading things higher.
Rocket Mortgage has launched a credit card to help you save for or pay off a home. Charges and points go to saving for a down payment. However, the points can only be used on a Rocket mortgage and consumer experts say committing to a lender so early may not get you the best rate.
Chick-fil-A is removing a menu item effective April 3rd. The mixed greens topped with a blend of shredded Monterey Jack and cheddar cheeses and grape tomatoes will be gone in days. The company said it will instead increase the size of the Kale Crunch Side to large, to serve as an alternative.