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How to avoid medication misfortune during a natural disaster

5:42 PM, Jun. 17, 2013
People should create a disaster list for medications just like a supply list for dire situations.
People should create a disaster list for medications just like a supply list for dire situations.
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Whether it's plywood, bottled water or generators, Americans gather the necessary supplies and seek the appropriate shelter if confronted by the wrath of Mother Nature. Regardless of the disaster - hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires - lives can be turned upside-down in an instant. Some of the most commonly overlooked items, as people stock up for emergencies, are prescription medications. In some cases, not having access to necessary medication can itself be a life-threatening situation.

"People with health conditions such as diabetes, asthma or heart problems need to be ...

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