Your Health, In Your Hands
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All medication, whether prescribed by your doctor or received over the counter, is accompanied by directions for use. Although these instructions may be helpful in telling you how to take the drugs, chances are you haven't been fully briefed on what the drugs are or how they work. The following Web sites will help you answer some important questions about your medication.
- Visit the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's site for tips and other consumer information about buying medication and medical supplies online.
- Low-income families can be eligible for subsidized medication. The Partnership for Prescription Assistance (PPA) pairs low-income patients lacking prescription drug coverage with private and public programs to bring them free or cheap medication.