The Gizmodo headline says it all, but this was just too cute not to share :)
If there's an award for the most adorable prescription of the year, pharmacist Jeff Dodds of Watford City, North Dakota has this year's title on lockdown. And all it took was some creative labeling and a very sleepy six-year-old girl with a monster problem.
While at the local Barrett Pharmacy & Variety, a little girl approached Dodds with a not-entirely-medical condition; all those monsters under her bed were keeping her up at night. And being the resourceful pharmacist that he is, Dodds decided to whip up a cure of his own concoction, ultimately producing the holy grail of frightened children everywhere—100% pharmacist-certified anti-monster spray.
The instructions are simple enough: "Spray around the room at night before bed, repeat if necessary." But this one, simple act has likely done loads for the little girl's peace of mind. Not to mention what it's done to restore our faith in humanity. The world could definitely use a few more Jeff Dodds. [Examiner]