|Ask the pharmacist: How to avoid medication misfortune during a natural disaster - 03/22/2017 03:08 PM|
"People with health conditions such as diabetes, asthma or heart problems need to be particularly vigilant about making sure they have access to their medications when preparing for the aftermath of a natural disaster," says Paul Reyes, Express Scripts pharmacist and host of the Ask the Pharmacist radio series. "It's very important that you have your medications with you if you have to leave your home or at least have the appropriate information so that you can quickly get a supply of medication if necessary. There is plenty of stress and worry in an emergency situation and you want to avoid having your drug treatments add to your problems."
Reyes provides the following tips to help avoid medication mistakes when facing a weather-related emergency.
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