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If you have to take the damn things everyday...they could at least make them look pretty.

*Exactly* what I say.

Oddly, all of my pills right now are pink, except for the new migraine ones. Including the vitamins. I'd like a little more visual creativity in my meds box.

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Hmmm.........why is it there was such a hullaballoo about approval of Plan B potentially influencing young women to have wanton sex, yet nary a word about how pills that look like candy might affect the behavior of children?

But they are real purdy

typo correction... that's YOUNG women, not YOU women!

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My meds are finally a pretty mix again: purple Synthroid, blue Wellbutrin, white Relafen, and butter yellow Pantoloc in the morning. It's a little like confetti. Now if they'd start putting the happy shiny colors on my yucky-looking vitamin pills, THAT might be fun.

why is it there was such a hullaballoo about approval of Plan B potentially influencing young women to have wanton sex, yet nary a word about how pills that look like candy might affect the behavior of children?

Many medications and pharmaceutical products already look a lot like candy, in addition to the blurred line of okay- or even good-tasting items offered to make children take their meds or vitamins in the first place (c'mon, they make gummi bear vitamins now, for crying out loud), so I don't think glittery Mellaril poses much of a danger that isn't there already. ANY adult should keep all harmful substances out of children's reach, preferably up high and in a locked cabinet. "Child proof" containers are a joke. Hell, my friend's cat once got into her Effexor stash. Induced vomiting + IV = very unpleasant day. Lock up the goods. Keep the little ones safe.

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