Hectic Schedules Cause Most People To Forget To Take Medicine: Study

October 1998
Jet;10/05/98, Vol. 94 Issue 19, p27
Reports on a study by researchers at the University of Michigan which suggested that busy schedules more so than old age, make people forget to take medications. Number of arthritis patients between the ages 34 and 84 who were studied by researchers; How long the patients were studied; What led to the mistakes according to researchers; Basis of the conclusion; Where the lead researcher, University of Michigan psychologist Denis C. Park, presented her findings.


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