Monthly Archive: October 2014

What Does StuffSeniorsNeed.com do?

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Today’s blog post is a guest post from Tony at StuffSeniorsNeed.com, a great site dedicated to helping the elderly along with their caregivers. So “What does StuffSeniorsNeed.com do?” The best way to tell that is through my personal story, and while it is a long story I will condense it to be brief and to …

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Medication Safety at Home

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We hear in the media of mistakes made in hospitals including errors in administering medication. A new study shows that a child is improperly medicated at home every eight minutes. The study published by the journal Pediatrics is based on data from the National Poison Database System between the years of 2002 and 2012. The statistics …

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How to Safely Dispose of Needles

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NeedyMeds is pleased to announce our latest partnership with SafeNeedleDisposal.org! In honor of this new partnership we are spotlighting this week’s blog post on the safe disposal of needles.   Needle disposal is a public health and safety issue that is commonly overlooked. The problem is that there are limited options for safe disposal of …

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Staying Healthy This Cold and Flu Season

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Children going back to school and a cold wind starting to blow are signifiers of the impending cold and flu season. This year’s may seem particularly daunting due to exotic diseases appearing in the news and the spread of enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) affecting hundreds of families throughout the United States. With all of this in …

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Be on the Alert for NeedyMeds Look-Alikes

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It’s an unfortunate reality that there are people who seek to take advantage of those in need through dishonest means. In the medical field there are those offering treatments that can be unnecessary or harmful or selling counterfeit medications. Other websites claim to offer medication assistance or information for a fee, only to take the …

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