Your doctor has prescribed medicines for a reason. Forgetting even one dose per week can affect how well your medicine works. Taking your medicines as directed may help you avoid costly medical issues down the road*.¹
Put your meds in an easy-to-find spot where you’ll be sure to see them, such as your kitchen counter or nightstand.
So stay in good health: Take your medicines as prescribed by your doctor.
*Avalere Health LLC. (2013). “The Role of Medication Adherence in the U.S. Healthcare System.” Retrieved from http://avalere.com/research/docs/20130612_NACDS_Medication_Adherence.pdf
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