Feature: Anti-clotting medication
Many people who have had a heart attack or stroke, for example, take anti-clotting medication to prevent blood clots from forming and to lower the risk of complications. How does blood clot? When do blood clots become dangerous? What are anticoagulants? And can other drugs change the effect of anti-clotting medication? – You can find the answers to these and other questions here.
Feature: Taking long-term medication
It can be hard to keep track of everything if you have to take several medications for long-term conditions like diabetes or heart disease. What can make it easier to take medications regularly for a long period of time? You can find information about this in our fact sheet. We have also prepared a chart that you can print out and use to make a list of all the medicines you are taking.