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Q&A: Memory loss and medication management

For many people, forgetting a daily dose of an ADHD, allergy, or other drug might be disruptive but not life threatening. However, for millions of Americans, taking the right medicine at the right time—for diabetes, heart disease, or seizures—can be a matter of life and death. For patients suffering from memory loss, delirium, or confusion, their lives can be put in danger if they forget their medication or accidentally take a second dose.

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