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How can you ensure your safety and the safety of your loved ones while taking a prescription or over-the-counter medication? Do you have a question about the medications you are currently taking?
Specialists from the University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences will answer your questions about medication safety including the hazards of cough and cold medicines and children, the best ways to store medications, safe handling, signs and symptoms of prescription drug abuse, issues related to drinking alcohol while taking specific medications, mixing over-the-counter medications and prescription drugs, and more.
From 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. experts will be on hand to answer your questions. Just leave your question and an expert will check in and respond throughout the day.
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· You could have an underlying medical problem that requires a physician to detect.
· If you are taking medications, they could influence how you experience various symptoms.
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