Health literacy affects antidepressant adherence in diabetes patients

08/30/2013 |

Diabetes patients with low health literacy were less likely to adhere to antidepressant drugs and showed a higher new prescription medication gap than those without literacy limitations, a study indicated. The results in the Journal of General Internal Medicine underscore the need to simplify treatment information and improve health literacy in patients, researchers noted.

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