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WORST PILLS, BEST PILLS NEWS

Published monthly, Worst Pills, Best Pills News provides the latest information about prescription and over-the-counter drugs. This newsletter informs readers as to how they can protect themselves from drugs on the market without proper warning labels, discusses which drugs consumers should avoid, and warns consumers about potentially dangerous drug interactions. You can't always rely on your doctor or pharmacist to be up-to-date on the risks and benefits of every drug you take. Knowledge is power and Worst Pills, Best Pills News gives you the power to take better control over decisions that affect your health.

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