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What to do if your medication is recalled

Drug recalls donít necessarily affect every batch of a pill or potion. Youíll need to do a little homework before you stop taking your medication. We take prescription and over-the-counter medications to get better or avoid getting sick. We know drug side effects can make us feel ill. But we donít imagine that medications can contain toxic impurities. Yet, it happens. Recently, for example, dozens of prescription blood pressure pills (angiotensin-receptor blockers,…

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