Drugs

Medicines in My Home (MIMH)

small house with open medicine cabinet 

Medicines in My Home (MIMH) is a multimedia educational program to teach consumers from adolescence through adulthood how to choose over-the-counter medicines and use them safely.

“Rooms” of the program contain presentations, print materials, and resources that teachers, students and adults can use online or download. Be sure to visit our newest room, the Video Room.

There is also a Web education program located here and on CDERLearn. 

 

Medicines in My Home -An Interactive Home  

This educational program is designed to help consumers from adolescence to adulthood understand and use the Drug Facts label to choose over-the-counter medicines and use them safely.

Rooms - Resources for You

Look for these “rooms” on the left hand side of each MIMH page in the “Resources for You” box.

  • Teachers' Room
    Descriptions, objectives, and all the program materials a teacher needs to teach a Medicines in My Home lesson tailored for middle school students (Grades 6 to 8) or adults
  • Students' Room
    Materials for middle school students (Grades 6 to 8)
  • Consumers' Room
    Materials for adults, consumers, caregivers, and parents
  • Video Room
    Video presentations for adolescence through adulthood about OTC medicines and the Drug Facts label
  • Press Room - MIMH
    Articles and program descriptions
  • About MIMH
    MIMH history and other background information
  • Contact MIMH
    How to contact MIMH staff and submit feedback and ideas. You can also sign up to receive e-mail notification when new material is added to the program

Page Last Updated: 05/09/2014
Note: If you need help accessing information in different file formats, see Instructions for Downloading Viewers and Players.