• Reading the Pharmacy Label on Prescription Medicines

    The purpose of the label on your prescription medicine is to provide you with crucial information about your medicine so you can take it properly. Most of the information on the label is required by state pharmacy laws. Each state may have slightly different label requirements. So labels may vary from state to state. Pharmacies may also decide to include certain information not required by state laws.

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  • 7 Simple Ways to Protect Your Child From an Accidental Poisoning

    Have you ever thought about where medicines are kept in your home through the eyes of your child? Medicines left on counters, nightstands, in purses and bags, or on the ground are easily within reach of a young child. What's more, many medicines are brightly colored and look like candy, making them appetizing to children.

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