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Tooktake as needed.

Imagine you just received a new diagnosis or picked up a new prescription. You want to follow yo...

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Tooktake as needed.

Little big things.

I'm amazed at the big effect a little thing can have.   The little stickers I invented during my...

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Little big things.

Adapt and thrive.

Versatility isn't just about being a productivity wizard—it's your secret sauce for staying sane...

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Adapt and thrive.

Should we sweat consistency?

It's clear many medications can have serious consequences if not taken correctly – missed or dou...

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Should we sweat consistency?

"You don't look sick."

Ah, yes, the classic line that many invisible illness warriors hear all too often. But here's th...

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"You don't look sick."

Ways to Help Keep Your Husband Healthy—No Nagging Required!

You can support your husband’s health without all the nagging and frustration when you follow the...

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Ways to Help Keep Your Husband Healthy—No Nagging Required!

Flip the Script And Stop Feeling Guilty About Having a Chronic Condition

Feeling less guilty about having a chronic condition is a lifelong process, but there are ways to...

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Flip the Script And Stop Feeling Guilty About Having a Chronic Condition

4 Ways the Holidays Can Mess up Your Med Routine—And What to Do About It

The holidays can wreak havoc on your medication routine. Here’s how to combat long to-do lists a...

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4 Ways the Holidays Can Mess up Your Med Routine—And What to Do About It

How to Remember to Take Your Meds With a New College Routine

Make taking medication easier when you head off to college with tips that include setting reminde...

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How to Remember to Take Your Meds With a New College Routine

When is the right time for kids to start being responsible for taking their own medications?

As teenagers start to transition into adult world, they should be responsible for their medicati...

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When is the right time for kids to start being responsible for taking their own medications?

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