Drugs don’t always work as advertised.
We’re all familiar with the idea that something that works is worth a shot.
We don’t often get the opportunity to test it out, but there are some drugs that work.
They’re a good way to feel better about your health.
They can help you sleep better.
They help you get through the day without getting sick.
They may even cure your cancer.
But they also have drawbacks.
They take a lot of time and money to develop.
And they have a low safety profile.
And the biggest downside is that, at best, they may not work as well as you think they do.
That’s why you might want to consider a more expensive drug, rather than a less expensive drug.
But first, you have to understand why you should choose a drug over a less costly drug.
If you have a lot to lose, it’s often a better idea to go with a drug that’s just right for you.
This article is part of a series of articles about health and wellness.