A Lip Smacking Smackdown
All in all, she's probably lucky that it wasn't Bayer Aspirin for Children.
Last Friday, Oregon City, Oregon fourth-grader Madison McFadden was cleaning out her desk at Redland Elementary. In the process, she came across a tube of medicated, over the counter lip cream called Abreva. Abreva is a cold sore medication.
Two of her friends saw the lip cream and asked if they could try some. Madison agreed. When the teacher found out, Madison found herself suspended for the final day of school. By passing around the lip balm, she apparently violated the school's policy on sharing medications.
Later today, we'll discuss whether school officials went a bit overboard?