People are encouraged to get rid of any unused and unwanted medication at Saturday’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Law enforcement will be at four Tri-City locations from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. collecting the prescription drugs, free of charge. The rest of the year, people can put medication in lockboxes like this one, that used to stand in the old Pasco Police Department lobby.
People are encouraged to get rid of any unused and unwanted medication at Saturday’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Law enforcement will be at four Tri-City locations from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. collecting the prescription drugs, free of charge. The rest of the year, people can put medication in lockboxes like this one, that used to stand in the old Pasco Police Department lobby. File Tri-City Herald
People are encouraged to get rid of any unused and unwanted medication at Saturday’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Law enforcement will be at four Tri-City locations from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. collecting the prescription drugs, free of charge. The rest of the year, people can put medication in lockboxes like this one, that used to stand in the old Pasco Police Department lobby. File Tri-City Herald

Medicine cabinet stocked with old prescriptions? Dump the pills before they’re abused

April 26, 2017 07:05 PM

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