BOSTON (WHDH) -- A new study done in Boston said the color, shape and size of a generic pill can influence if a patient will take the medication.
Researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital tracked prescriptions for several different anti-epileptic drugs.
They noticed some patients who received generic drugs varying in color were more than 50-percent likely to stop taking them.
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