Monthly Archive: June 2013

Unregulated Drugs a Hazard to Poor and Elderly Patients

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As children grow up, they learn an important lesson: when you are sick, taking medicine usually helps you feel better in a reasonably short time. That acquired knowledge has helped generations of kids suck down foul-tasting cough medicine and other remedies. In fact, “taking your medicine” has become cultural shorthand for doing something that may …

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Demystifying the NeedyMeds Drug Discount Card

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Have you heard about the NeedyMeds drug discount card yet? If so, have you tried it yet? Hopefully you’ve already used the card and have seen some significant savings. If not, it’s time to print out your free card and start using it today! The free NeedyMeds drug discount card can be used anywhere in …

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A Bitter Pill to Swallow: Many Americans Can’t Afford Their Medicine

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For the first time in decades, Americans are actually spending less on their medication That’s according to a recent study by IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics which found  the total spending on medicines fell 3.5 percent last year –from $329.2 billion in 2011 to $325.8 billion in 2012. The study attributes much of it to …

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Helpful Online Resources

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For today’s blog post we would like to share with our readers some fantastic online healthcare resources. There are many websites out there dedicated to healthcare, some great and some not-so-great. Here are four resources that the staff at NeedyMeds think you will find helpful.   Together Rx Access – Together Rx Access provides a …

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