Available in many languages, the "My Medicines" brochure is the centerpiece of the 1999 Women's Health: Take Time To Care Campaign. Use this easy-to-read pamphlet and medicine-tracking chart to learn more about taking medicines correctly.
Click below to read the brochure online, and then print it out or pick up a free copy at one of the more than 20,000 participating pharmacies in October. You can also order 1 to 500 copies of the "My Medicines" brochure in English or Spanish by calling toll-free 1-888-8 PUEBLO. That's 1-888-878-3256, weekdays 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. E.D.T., and ask for Item 640F (English) or Item 054S (Spanish). Or, send your name, address, and the quantity desired to Consumer Information Center, Dept. 640F, Pueblo, CO 81009 (English) or Consumer Information Center, Dept. 054S, Pueblo, CO 81009 (Spanish).
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operating system and browser type. In general, you would first put the mouse cursor
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button. (On the Macintosh, just hold down the mouse button). From the menu this opens,
select "Save target as," "Download link to disk" or another similar
command and choose the location on your computer to which you want the file copied.
Once the file is saved on your hard drive, you can then open it in Adobe Acrobat