Don’t Share Medication
If you get sick when traveling with family or friends (or any group), it wouldn’t be unusual for another in the group to offer to share his or her medication. This may seem practical, but be wary: Just because it’s right for them doesn’t mean it will be right for you. Take this recent CNN story as an example. Moral of the story: “Don’t share medication. Don’t give someone else your medication. Don’t offer medication.”
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