A book has now questioned what medication are people giving their children. Do they work? What's in them? Will it do more them harm than good? This is an issue that affects everyone - there is nobody in this country who has not at one point of time in their lives had to take or will need to take medication. The findings of a book, a New York Times bestseller, Bottle of Lies, has thrown up these questions. Was Ranbaxy a one-off, a bad apple, or is this a industry specific problem? Is the problem of a lack of quality controls more systemic, ingrained?