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Remembering To Take A Pill
My father-in-law recently had his thyroids removed. He now must take a daily medication. What would be the best way to set him up for remembering his daily pill?
Stephen in Wisconsin, 48
Your father-in-law needs his reminders for his medications and there are products now on the market to do just that. Visit your local pharmacy or surgical supply store as ask to see their catalogues that have what he needs. You may also want to explore which supplies are available for the blind or hearing impaired. These medication reminder devices have reminder bells or lights that also serve as good reminders.
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