The Poisons Information Centre is always there for you if you’ve swallowed, inhaled, or been exposed to something you shouldn’t. If your symptoms are serious, you should skip straight to 000 instead. But what if you aren’t sure whether you (or your child) have been exposed to a meaningful amount of poison? The centre has…
Keeping track of when to take one medicine is fairly easy. Two or three is a juggling act. But the average older adult takes five at a time, and many rely on assistance from family members to keep all the pills straight. A gadget called PillDrill aims to help.