Medication adherence

Medication non-adherence is pervasive healthcare problem, accounting for up to $300 billion in U.S. healthcare costs per year. Learn about the tools and solutions available to improve medication adherence.

The Link Between Loneliness & Medication Adherence

The Link Between Loneliness & Medication Adherence

America’s Lesser-Known Silent Killer (It’s not what you think!)

America’s Lesser-Known Silent Killer (It’s not what you think!)

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5 Simple Medication Mistakes You’re Probably Making
Medication adherence

5 Simple Medication Mistakes You’re Probably Making

5 Food & Medication Combinations You Should Avoid
Medication adherence

5 Food & Medication Combinations You Should Avoid

Medication Non-Adherence: America’s 100 Billion Dollar Healthcare Problem
Medication adherence

Medication Non-Adherence: America’s 100 Billion Dollar Healthcare Problem

The Link Between Loneliness & Medication Adherence
Medication adherence

The Link Between Loneliness & Medication Adherence

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America’s Lesser-Known Silent Killer (It’s not what you think!)

America’s Lesser-Known Silent Killer (It’s not what you think!)

Depending on how often you watch the news, you probably feel like there are plenty of ways your life is at risk. From pesticides in your food to cell-phone radiation (and oh, so much more) we are bombarded daily with run-to-the-hills warnings.

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Medication Non-Adherence: America’s 100 Billion Dollar Healthcare Problem

Medication Non-Adherence: America’s 100 Billion Dollar Healthcare Problem

About the Author: Stephen J. Kogut PhD MBA RPh is a pharmacist and professor at the University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy, where he conducts research on medication adherence, prescription drug cost and patient health outcomes.

Edited by Léa Bourgade, Content and Community Manager at Hero.

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The Link Between Loneliness & Medication Adherence

The Link Between Loneliness & Medication Adherence

About the Author: Kasley Killam, MPH is the founder of Social Health Labs, where she partners with cross-sector organizations on local, state, and national initiatives to reduce loneliness and improve social well-being. She holds a master’s from the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health.

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What are the Signs of a Prescription Overdose?

What are the Signs of a Prescription Overdose?

The word “overdose” probably brings to mind illicit drugs, but taking too much of prescribed meds is surprisingly common. Knowing the physical and behavioral signs are key in identifying a problem so you can get help.

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