Prescription drug abuse kills more than twice as many people as drunk drivers in Colorado. That’s why prescription drug take back events are on the rise.
About one-third of medications that are sold go unused. Drug Take Back programs are designed to deal with all of those leftovers.
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Prescription drug abuse kills more than twice as many people in Colorado than drunk drivers. That’s why drug “take back” events are so important, promoting proper disposal of unused prescriptions.
The third National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is coming up on Oct. 29. It offers people a safe way to dispose of unwanted prescription drugs.
The Drug Enforcement Administration is getting ready for its third nationwide prescription take-back day on Saturday, Oct. 29.
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More than 100 law enforcement agencies across the state collected prescription and over-the-counter drugs in drug “take back” events on Saturday.
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Throwing unused prescription medication in the trash or flushing them can harm the environment. There is a way to properly dispose of medication anytime. It’s called the Colorado Medication Take Back.