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Share this collection of downloadable education with your patients and colleagues.


Dosage and safe use information to share with your adult patients.

Adult TYLENOL® dosing guide


Adult TYLENOL® Dosing Guide

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Cold & Flu

Information about what causes colds and the flu, the differences between them, and steps you can take to reduce symptoms.

How to help prevent cold and flu resources


Simple Steps for Patients To
Help Protect Themselves & Others
from Colds & the Flu

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Difference between cold vs flu resources


The Difference Between Cold &
Flu Symptoms

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Cold vs flu symptom relief


Fight Cold & Flu Symptoms To
Find Comfort and Relief

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Cold vs flu resources


Fight Cold & Flu Symptoms,
Your Way 

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Antibiotics for cold or flu


Why Antibiotics Don’t Work for
Cold & Flu

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Materials to help patients recognize the symptoms of osteoarthritis (OA) and teach simple steps to reduce pain.

Osteoarthritis diagnosis tips


Is It Osteoarthritis? Tips To Tell

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How exercise can help reduce osteoarthritis pain


Teach patients how exercise
can help reduce OA pain

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Cardiovascular Disease

Visual describing the mechanism of action of aspirin and why ibuprofen may not be the right choice for patients on aspirin heart therapy.1

How ibuprofen affects the cardiovascular benefits of aspirin


Ibuprofen may compromise
aspirin’s cardiovascular benefits

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Visual describing how NSAIDs may cause adverse GI side effects.2-6

NSAIDs and gastrointestinal side effects


NSAIDs can diminish mucosal
protection in the stomach

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Reasons why certain OTC pain relievers may be an appropriate choice in patients with kidney dysfunction.

Renal effects of NSAIDs


NSAIDs can affect both COX-1
and COX-2 in the kidneys7

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Proper Use

Resources to help patients choose and use pain relievers appropriately based on health history and other risk factors.

OTC pain relievers comparison chart


OTC Pain Relievers Comparison

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OTC pain relievers comparison chart


OTC Pain Reliever Patient Screener

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