Medicines in My Home (MIMH) Gets a Make-Over

Medicines in My Home (MIMH), a Food and Drug Administration multimedia, educational program on how to use the Drug Facts label to choose over- the-counter medicines and use them safely, has updated the entire site with new resources and new materials. The latest addition is an interactive video presentation. The MIMH family invites you into their “Interactive Home” for a unique new way to learn about over-the-counter medicines and the Drug Facts label. There you can move at your own pace, learn through doing the activities, see how the family decides when a medicine is needed, and practice making medicine choices using realistic medicine labels. Adolescents, adults, and teachers can use the modular video alone or with the other MIMH educational materials - in the home, classroom, opt-out, after-school, extension, and other settings. Also new: MIMH Information for Adults - Now available in 3 versions:
  1. English print version (with graphics) that needs no assembly
  2. English print version (with graphics) that needs to be assembled into a booklet
  3. Spanish (no graphic) version
Find them in: http://www.fda.gov/medsinmyhome in the Consumers’ Room, or in the Teachers’ Room/Teachers’ Tools: Adult program/Teachers’ Kit. Medicines in My Home: Information for Students - Now available in 2 versions:
  1. English print version (with graphics) that needs no assembly
  2. English print version (with graphics) that needs to be assembled into a booklet
Find them in: http://www.fda.gov/medsinmyhome in the Students’ Room, and in the Teachers’ Room / Teachers’ Tools: Student Program Grades 6 through 8 / Teachers’ Kit.
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