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There are Americans who are so poor that they often can not afford needed medications. These Americans are often actually living in fear of not having enough food to eat if they buy certain needed medications. It appears in such cases these people either do not understand the possible welfare programs which could help them, or welfare programs which could benefit them in such a crisis situation are simply not available where they are living.
The FDA has issued safety information to healthcare providers, recommending that they discontinue prescribing prescription combination products that contain more than 325 milligrams (mg) of acetaminophen per tablet or capsule. This is in hopes to reduce the chances for overdose and liver failure.
There has been growing awareness of the power of prescription medications to kill. The problem is so serious it should be ranked alongside illicit drug abuse and alcohol abuse as primary critical health hazards in the United States and elsewhere across the world.
If you order prescription medications online, you may be purchasing an inferior ore even harmful product. Caveat emptor! (Latin for “let the buyer beware”). Most prescription drugs are expensive and many seniors who need them have limited funds for their purchase, even if they have a Medicare Part D prescription plan. Thus, some are lured into purchasing the drug from websites that often offer considerable savings. These sites range from completely legitimate ones such as drugstore.com to bogus ones that sell drugs that look exactly like the name brand but may contain harmful or ineffective ingredients. For example a website that advertises as a “Canadian pharmacy” may be located anywhere on the globe.
A variety of strategies are available to curb the high cost of prescription medication; however, some are fraught with hazard and could be detrimental to one’s health. They include substituting a generic, enrolling in a Medicare Part D plan, and purchasing drugs on the Internet.