Study: Text messaging may prompt teens to take their meds

05/24/2011 |

Text messaging holds the potential to help remind teenagers to take regular medications on a more timely basis, according to researchers at National Jewish Health who designed a monthlong study. "Our goal in this brief study is to see if teens are receptive to this type of communication from a health care provider and to see if they're taking their medications more frequently," said the center's Dr. Daniel Searing.

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