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The team point to the need to develop new interventions focused on the practicalities of taking medicines and aimed at improving stroke survivors' adherence to treatment.
She couldn't handle the weight gain that was accrued after taking medicine for an illness she had suffered.
Offering children choices in a "no-choice" situation, adequately preparing them for what will happen or what is expected, or simply using the right tools encourages children to be less resistant when it comes to taking medicine.
A student with straight As at A level taking medicine at Oxford is 7/2 to graduate with a first, but a more likely evens to leave with a 2.
The average blood pressure of the entire group was relatively low; approximately a quarter of all study subjects were taking medicine to treat high blood pressure.
A MAJOR overhaul of European Union (EU) pharmaceutical legislation has been proposed by the European Commission, aimed at protecting consumers from potential ill effects caused by taking medicine.
When taking medicine prescribed by your doctor, patients should drink water with tablets.
As important as taking medicine on schedule is for treatment, it can be critically important in clinical drug trials.
It's about making the act of taking medicine fun for kids--less of a chore and more of a treat," says Jill Addeo, mother of two and President and co-founder of KidKupz.
It's about making the act of taking medicine fun for kids--less of a chore and more of a treat," explains Jill Addeo, president and co-founder of New York-based KidKupz, as well as a mother of two.
It's about making the act of taking medicine fun for childrenless of a chore and more of a treat," comments Jill Addeo, who serves as president and cofounder of KidKupz and mother of two children.
It also describes a brief program of behavioral support for patients taking medicine for alcohol dependence as well as a state-of-the-art behavioral intervention developed for a recent clinical trial.