How to Properly Store and Dispose of Medication

Properly storing and disposing of medicine is an important part of medicine safety. When medications expire, they can become less effective and pose health risks due to a change in…

Over-the-Counter Drug Safety Tips

Over-the-counter (OTC) drugs are non-prescription medicines, which means you can purchase them at a store or pharmacy without a prescription from your doctor. These drugs are safe and effective when…

5 Tips for Managing Multiple Medications

Many older adults need to take more than one medication to manage their conditions, but taking more medications can put your health at risk if you don’t take them as…

How to Recognize Stomach Ulcers

9 Questions You Should Ask Your Doctor About Your New Medication

Did you know $100 – $300 billion in avoidable healthcare costs are attributed to medication nonadherence? This is because nonadherence leads to worsening health outcomes, which means you’ll need to…

Aspirin, Ibuprofen and Tylenol—Decoding over the counter pain medications

Over-the-counter (OTC) medications are a huge part of our everyday life. From a mild tooth ache to cold and flu, there are many OTC products available that can help alleviate…

Over-the-counter (OTC) medications are a huge part of our everyday life. From a mild tooth ache to cold and flu, there are many OTC products available that can help alleviate the aches and pains of daily living. There are a few things to remember when picking an OTC pain reliever, and there are limits and… Read more »