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Taking medicines like youre supposed to: Why is it so hard?

By: Monique Tello, MD, MPH, Contributing Editor It’s so hard to remember to take your medicine, let alone take it correctly (with food, on an empty stomach, not at the same time as other things you’re taking, at night, without grapefruit juice… the list seems endless). There are so many barriers and distractions that can get in the way. Many people aren’t thrilled about having to take medications because they worry about side effects,…

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