April 30 is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.
Undecided what to do with all the medication cluttering up your drugs cupboard? Outdated painkillers. Expired antibiotics. Piles of prescriptions or over-the-counter medicines you by no means completed for one motive or one other.
You understand it’s important to preserve them out of the fingers of different folks, particularly you probably have kids or youngsters in the home. However, you may’t flush them down the bathroom as a result of they will get into the water provide and contaminate it. And throwing them out isn’t an possibility — that poses security and well being hazards.
So, what to do?
The reply is Nationwide Prescription Drug Take Again Day, hosted by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Company (DEA), this Saturday, April 30 — a protected, nameless and free option to get rid of unused or undesirable drugs.
You may convey your previous or undesirable drugs to permitted places across the nation and safely get rid of them. And unencumber some area in your drugs cupboard for that daring new lipstick you’ve been eyeing.
Go to the DEA website for extra info.