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The language for amendments on election ballots is confusing. There are several instances where you are led to believe that you are voting for something, when in reality you are voting for the opposite. For adult education students and English Read more…

Prescription container labeling has long been an enormous obstacle in improving health literacy, as readers often struggle with ease of understanding, terminology, directions, and formatting issues.  However, for the first time ever, the U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention is publishing new standards Read more…

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