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Prescription drugs may be ridiculously expensive, but if you do your homework and sign up for the right coverage, you can make them far more. Medicare prescription drug coverage (Part D). Now, plans have to get your approval to deliver a prescription (new or refill) unless you ask for the refill or request the new prescription.

Some plans may ask you for your approval every year so that they can send you all new prescriptions without asking you before each delivery. Your new home might not have any window treatments; if not, they should be at the top of your list of things to purchase (you don’t want to give your new neighbors a bad first impression, after all). Check to see if the house has horizontal and vertical blinds, and make sure you like the style. Prescription monitoring programs (PMPs) are one of them.

The goal of PMPs is a good one — to identify patients who are being prescribed multiple medications by multiple clinicians. It is a means to introduce some stewardship for preventing overuse and misuse of prescription drugs. How prescription monitoring programs work. But, the first time you buy something online that can affect your health, like contact lenses, it’s worth doing your homework.

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This usually takes the form of interpreting a written prescription but may, occasionally, involve taking instructions given by word of mouth or by telephone.

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For safety, new prescriptions should always be accompanied by both written and verbal instructions.

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The next part of the prescription is the subscription.

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If a nurse practitioner with prescription privileges has the opportunity to review the patient’s chart, simplified written instructions must be provided with the purpose of the drug(s), how to best take the medication(s), and a list of drug interactions and adverse effects.

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In addition, some prescription plans or health care settings may require that a diagnosis and allergies to medication be listed on the prescription form.

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The prescriber should sign and print his or her name clearly, and the prescription should be dated and show an administration time.

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Sign the prescription; begin with “t.o.” (telephone order), write the HCP’s name, and sign the prescription.

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“If a customer asks what disease a prescription is for, the pharmacist can compliment him on the interest he takes in his health,” Husa recommended in 1947.

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This could not be done on a single printed page, and to attempt to do so might very well mislead the physician as stated by the American Medical Association in its letter to the committee dated August 10, 1961, to assume that he might safely prescribe drugs solely on the basis of Journal advertisements.

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Finally, specific instructions on the container assist the prescriber in reviewing medications ordered by other prescribers.

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  • I recently watched the HBO Watchmen show. It’s like really well written fanfiction with Game of Thrones’ budget. Please make a video about it. Would love to hear your thoughts <3

  • I was sitting in my car crying at this video. Thank you for sharing. I only got diagnosed about 6 weeks ago, but my doc jumped straight to meds, and I immediately started on a titration approach to finding my perfect dose of adderall. I just still was a touch worried about it. After the literal best month of my life after find the doses and combination of fast acting and time released meds for my brain I was still feeling apprehensive or weird about it. And I’m scared to not take them, even after this short period of time. I worried about getting addicted, being seen a druggy, or unable to cope for some reason. It made me feel weak. But it also made my life my own again and I was so conflicted. Then I watched this. And it helped.

    My doctor recommended your videos to me and I have not stopped watching. I’ve cried so many times just from sheer joy and relief that someone knows what I’m feeling.

  • I want to take the medication but family and friends judge it and think I’m lazy. But I literally cannot focus. I havent heard any one until now actually talk how it’s okay. ❤

  • As a kid myself, I’ve recently started sixth grade. Ya know, an hour of homework a night. But then, you pile on the other stuff, my teachers give us so much stuff to do in class, and if we can’t do about 20 pages worth of math problems then bam, more homework. Plus, the other subjects piled onto that. This isn’t homework but my math teacher, she doesn’t explain anything fully like the one I had last year. He took 30 minutes out of the lesson to make sure we understood it so we could finish 20 pages of homework. BUT NOPE! This year we have to figure it out ourselves and we can’t ask for help because ‘no talking’ and ‘I’m not going to talk to you unless it’s your bleeding or ill.’

    I’m tired of this and it’s been a month, I have little freetime to be myself and talk to my friends and actually be social, plus, my lunch is spent in silence and that isn’t good for me because I can’t goof off and actually be refreshed to do work.

    I bet this is because of the new principal or something else dumb.

  • Dude watch the SHOW. I’m so curious to see your opinion. I loved it, but you have such an insightful perspective on Watchmen that I’d love to see how it matches up to the OG for you.

  • I have ADHD and have all my life. I can function with altered methods of doing things…but when society does not allow those accommodations, sometimes medicine is warranted for special times where I need to be alert. I agree that America PUSHES medicines on people. There are hundreds of TV ads telling you to “tell your doctor that you need…” insane, in my opinion. There are people who need medicine to regulate things that their body cannot…but it is insane how pills are pushed here in America. 

  • I don’t know the idiocy that goes through peoples heads today. it’s like politicians completely forget being a teen and just say “screw you I’m older now” and allow way to much homework. they think that more work won’t burn out a child and they think that more and more testing is better.

    we have a test in our school, it is called the slo. we take a test at the beginning of the year and it isn’t for a grade, and the better you do the next time you take it you have to do better. well, the test MUST be fifty questions long. and forty five minutes long. you know how to do math? can you find the midpoint between two points in FIFTY FUCKING SECONDS!!!!!! WELL I CANT!!! THE ENTIRE FRESHMAN MATH CLASS FAILED THE TEST AND THEY ALL HAVE TO TAKE THE ALGEBRA EXAM!!!!

  • I get what you’re saying, but I think you’re underestimating the reading comprehension skills of a lot of people who read Watchmen. I didn’t think of anyone in that series as role models; they were all heavily flawed individuals. Also, Doomsday Clock was awful.

  • Children are indeed way over loaded by schools and many parents. They really need time to themselves after school. Let them sleep in on holidays and the summer too. They will love you for it. And that’s what matters.

  • I really enjoyed the Watchmen TV Show a lot, IMO it’s the perfect sequel that understands the original text, but also critiques it for the best.

  • Thank you. Seriously, thank you for doing this and for this message. I didn’t know a whole lot about ADHD until I was a adult (I’m in my 40’s). My parents had me on Ritalin for a while as a child but I don’t remember it. I just assumed that my brain didn’t work as well as my peers and that I needed to work extra hard to be normal. When I was tired of it, I saw a doctor and was diagnosed. Meds have been a huge life changer for me.

  • This is incredibly patronizing as a video for something that I think a lot of people actually understand and appreciate about Watchmen, However, you hit the nail on the head with Zack Snyder. He completely missed everything that makes Watchmen Watchmen.

  • I don’t fault someone who truly needs the medication. I have learned how to operate without it, but there are others who struggle much more than I. I can understand their need for medication. That being said, many parents and teachers have used ADHD to take the easy way out. It happened to one of my cousins. Is it a widespread problem? I don’t know, but we shouldn’t dismiss the other side so easily. From a logical perspective, it makes sense that a parent or teacher who is frustrated with a wild child would immediately assume they have ADHD and want to get them medicated. Again, I don’t know how common this is, but I’ve seen it happen.

  • *obligatory comment to feed the system that demands interaction to prove to advertisers that we’re motivated enough to interact with the video, which corporations believe is proof that viewers of this are active enough to buy products*

  • Please do a video on the watchmen TV show! I suBscribed like you asked! I love you, I think ur a cute sasquatch and it’s sad when u say you ugly:'(

  • I had noticed the protein thing anecdotally but I hadn’t found any resources backing it up. Do you have any links/books/other resources that explained or corroborated this too?

  • WARNER BROS.: Hey! Watchmen is beloved by many…let’s make a movie version, expand the story further by adding them.into the DC main line and do a tv series about it.

    ALAN MOORE: Holy shit.

  • This made me cry for sure. The shame I feel and how I’ve been made to feel like I’m a “druggie” or something and i need help or rehab because I cant do life without it.

  • Umm yes I would absolutely love to see your take on the HBO series, it was my intro into Watchmen and it made me actually go and grab the comic so I could understand the universe more.

  • I’m interested in a video about the TV show!

    Also, have you heard of Peter Cannon: Thunderbolt by Kieron Gillen? It’s an unofficial sequel to Watchmen that actually has something to say (Peter Cannon is the character Alan Moore based Ozymandias on). Would love to hear your thoughts on that one.

  • 21:58 it’s so funny that you forgot about the short 1 minute Watchmen which as a Parody tried to simplify and Market them as a new Justice League Unlimited type team. It’s on YouTube

  • I think watchmen is too overtly cynical for my taste but I can’t believe you read the entirety of Doomsday Clock and got nothing out of it. Your unoriginal take that watchmen is simply “everyone is bad and you’re bad for liking the characters” is such a shallow perspective. I can’t own a trinket of Freddy Kruger or Darth Vader because they are bad people??? Watchmen was about trying to make comics mature, and Doomsday clock is a comic response to it for better or for worse. Its a more optimistic take IMO and to say that it’s bad because it “doesn’t reflect current times” is disingenuous. It’s talking about it’s influence on DC comics as a whole and the JSA are def more influential than the watchmen come on they just got a show on CW. Please do a smidge of research before you put out half baked analysis for an impressionable audience to misunderstand. Also The Ultimate Cut of BVS explains Lex Luthor hired convicts to kill the criminals marked by Batman.

  • Doomsday Clock kinda reinforces one of the meanings of the original book (in my opinion), but not on purpose. It (doomsday clock) portrays the Watchmen as heroes because the writer (Geoff Johns) thought they were heroes, since they had masks and a cape and everything. In that same vein, society has portrayed everyone with a badge (cops) as heroes because they’re wearing the badge, therefore they must be good people.

    Edit: I might’ve just been reading too deeply into things, but that’s how I saw it.

  • Spoooooon!

    And I disagree DC never intended to return rights to Moore. Thing is, he expected to get the rights back after the end of the Watchmen print run. But what happened after that was Watchmen got enough demand to go into a second printing, which almost never happens. Neither DC nor Moore expected it to, or else they would have written the contract differently. What Moore got was success. And he obviously couldn’t handle it. Afterwards DC was forced to try to buy up everything Moore ever did to capture that lightning in a bottle again. Of course that didn’t endear them to Moore, who by now hated everything DC stood for. Kind of silly to be honest. Richard Meyer brought me that perspective.

  • please talk about it, i refuse to pay for any streaming service ever. i want someone else to watch the show for me and tell me if it sucks or not

  • Children are indeed way over loaded by schools and many parents. They really need time to themselves after school. Let them sleep in on holidays and the summer too. They will love you for it. And that’s what matters.

  • I think it’s interesting to compare Rorschach and Joaquin Phoenix Joker with Travis Bickle. The Joker movie was heavily inspired by Taxi Driver and he even appears in the Rorshach prequel comic. The key thing about Travis is that while he’s incredibly complex and often relatable, we’re never supposed to side with him. I feel like the Joker movie and subsequent portrayals of Rorschach are under the impression that these are heroic characters.

  • Random person #3,807 checking in, there’s nothing wrong taking your medication to cope with a disorder that nature decided to give you so you can be yourself. F* everyone that says otherwise. Don’t feel bad about it. Ever.

    This is has been rando viewer 540,896, I hope I made 1;540,895th of a difference. Take care.

  • I was in 6th grade when I asked my mother to teach me how to live with out the meds. Never went back to meds. I was on an adult dose of a sedative ( tophernel) not to mention an adult dose of ridalin. I was still only getting 3 to 4 hours of sleep not to mention running a marathon in my head.

  • Yup, I would love to see your take on a new series. In my opinion, it’s actually good and I was afraid this video is going to bash it (I don’t really consider other DC creations to be a continuation of the series they are more like bad fanfics). The series is not as deep as the original comic book, but it does touch similar points more explicitly.

  • For all that I’ve heard that it’s really good and has all kinds of deep things to say, I don’t think I’ve ever heard anyone say anything, like substantial about the Watchmen series or the themes and situations it presents. I’m sure it’s good but I always raise an eyebrow when pop cultural osmosis tells me that something is deep but doesn’t tell me why. This is to say, yes, I’d like to see what you have to say about it.

  • I’m in 6th grade and I have Ds and Fs now because I really want to play games or I’ll just stare off into space and I’m getting paranoid about it

  • Bruh you recapping doomsday clock was so much easier to watch than comicstorian or comicsexplained

    I love those channels, but idk, yours was just easier

  • Anyone experienced this??

    teacher: hey students, today I will not be giving any homework
    Teacher: do 99999999999 pages of math book today
    Me: points mid finger

  • Ah, homework, I used to get a lot of one when I went to school but I might not have done completely. I think most kids prefer playing to doing homework, huh?

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  • As a teenage girl with ADHD, I cannot applaud this criticism of drug-marketing enough. Notice how nearly all of the kids in these ads are elementary school-aged boys? That’s because the trademark image of ADHD is physical hyperactivity, which is common in ALL young boys, and drug companies know that it’s then easy to say “hey, here’s a problem that needs fixing.” I got diagnosed at the age of 14 because, like most girls, mine revolves primarily around inattention. I’ve been accused of drug-seeking and laziness, and the way ADHD was ruining my life caused me to self-harm and attempt suicide before I had even graduated MIDDLE SCHOOL.
    Not only is this marketing predatory, but it harms those of us who legitimately need treatment.

  • I’m sure many parents want their kids to receive a stimulant prescription. They can save the kids from drugs and get themselves high. Can’t blame them!

  • ADHD is very over-diagnosed in the United States. I believe any parent that describes their child as hyper and over-active is labeled with ADHD but in reality their just being normal kids. Advertisements that are everywhere definitely put into a parents head that their child needs to be medicated for this disease and that it will make everything better and life for them and their child easier. But this is undermining those who actually suffer with ADHD and have no other option but to be medicated. These adds portray to the world that it is very common yet a quick and easy fix to make everything perfect again. I believe there are children that are hyperactive and may have a difficult time focusing in school but that doesn’t mean they have ADHD. Kids are naturally hyperactive and that’s cured by having them burn their energy through sports, recess and playing outside not medication. These advertisements that are ran show that its very common for kids to not focus and by just one medication the child would be its best at everything. It shows that the children would normally do things and say things that they normally would not. News flash, no child likes doing chores, or homework regardless of ADHD or not. These advertisements need to stop targeting the general public and stop putting the idea into every parents head that their child must have ADHD and therefore need to be medicated.

  • I believe that an ADHD diagnosis is losing its meaning. ADHD is a very real disease, and many patients do actually have this. The ads today for ADHD medications are incredibly strategic, as they are meant to be. People who create these advertisements go to school and learn about what sells. If anyone sees an ad of a kid hugging his mom and everything is sunshine and rainbows, and it is an ad for a medication, the assumption is that the medication made everything great. Like Dr. Kesselheim mentions in the video, the great things are at the top of the ad and the risks and scary things are at the bottom. So you read all the wonderful and great things about ADHD medication then read the risks and side effects. I think that makes it easy for people to say that the good effects of the medication outweigh the bad. All parents want the best for the children, that cannot be typically argued. Like the video mentioned, there are kids who do not get the best grades but that does not mean they have ADHD. Just because your kid is a little disruptive in class or seems all over the place, does not automatically mean he or she has ADHD and needs medication. ADHD should be taken very seriously, and with the right medication it can make a world of a difference to a person. But, ads like this that only say the good things are harmful to children. Parents see these ads and get worried that there little Jonny is not the perfect child, and automatically think well if medication helps then…, without thinking of the side effects. I am not trying to discount ADHD diagnoses because there are certainly patients of all ages who have this disease. But medicating a child or any patient who does not have this disease with these kinds of stimulants can be very damaging. In this pharmaceutical era where at least half of the population is on a prescription medication, it is very clear that drug advertisers know exactly how to make these ads to get the business they want.

  • Just wanted to say that the fact that you do jump cuts and are constantly moving to new places on the screen makes it significantly easier to focus on! Well done, very informative!

  • I got ADD, hyper-sensibility, Empathy, post-traumatic anxiety. When my anxiety is amplify by too much noise around me my cortisol and adrenaline rise and my temper switch from calm to angry and anyone that don’t respect what I do or says my strength amplify and I hit thing like window or counter to tell them to listen when I says or do something. But I noticed that if I got a girlfriend, I don’t have any symptoms of post-traumatic anxiety, my cortisol and adrenaline are replace by dopamine and serotonin. Recently I start taking Nootropic supplements it help a lot to control my mood, my Add, and I don’t got cortisol or adrenaline rising. But it doesn’t fix my post-traumatic anxiety, I rarely call family like grand-parents, father, mother. When I got day off, I go out if I need to buy stuff I need, but if no need I can stay a whole day inside organising my apartment, my hard-drives or e-mail box. And the only thing that help me sleeping it’s meditation and stretching.

  • Note; anyone that’s taking medications for a long period of time is going to experience what she experienced. The body and the brain are on detox and cannot function properly. Which she’s experiencing is P.A.W.S. Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome.

    Essentially when a human being is using drugs when you take the drugs away your brain is going to have to go through an adjustment. During the adjustment -The individual will lose mental faculties and mental functioning. I.E. mental and emotional fog will be a symptom of the withdrawals.

  • When you put a child on this type of medication from a young age, you run the risk of that child never developing the normal life skills required to cope with getting distracted or having trouble focusing (problems everyone has at one point). I know a lot of people who got taken off the medication in high school only to have their grades fall apart because they’d been relying on a medication rather than themselves to get things accomplished. For any illness, there is more than one way to treat it.

     I take adderall, and I do think it’s something that is good for me, but it isn’t good for everybody, and it’s very easy to develop a dependence on it or start to abuse it. I know several diagnosed kids who were selling their drugs to other kids who wanted to get better grades, yet their parents kept talking about how much the drugs “helped.”

     Bottom line: when it’s an ailment of the brain, explore all treatment options first, don’t just jump to one particular one because you think it’s easy.