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'My Medicines' ... This Brochure Can be a Lifesaver

By Staff Editor
Jun 17, 2014 - 3:52:55 PM



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(HealthNewsDigest.com) - Can carrying around a brochure help save your life? Yes, if it's the "My Medicines" brochure offered by FDA's Office of Women's Health. It's designed to help consumers track the medications they use.

My Medicines features a chart that allows you to list information about your prescription medicines, including the names of the medicines, how much you take, when you take them, what condition they are treating, and the number of refills.

Read the Consumer Update to learn more about the risks and safer alternatives.

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