Crushing medicines can lead to adverse effects

yellow pills in mortar with pestle for crushing medicines
People on more than four medicines a day, and those with swallowing problems, are more likely to be crushing medicines in a bid to make them easier to take—but this can result in adverse effects, new research shows. Many people have trouble swallowing their medicines—estimated to be around 14%—but crushing them or manipulating them is

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