Women take more meds than men

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New research from Roy Morgan has shown that nearly 90% of Australians take at least one medication in an average year The latest Roy Morgan health and wellbeing data, compiled from the 12 months to December 2017, shows women are more likely than men – 92.6% compared to 84.8% – to have taken any medication

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