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Parents Urged To Dispose Of Unused Prescription Drugs

Law enforcement agencies throughout Southern California are expected to take part this weekend in a nationwide effort to safely dispose of unused prescription drugs and other medications.



Turn In Expired Prescription Drugs To Riverside County Police Agencies

Police agencies throughout Riverside County will be accepting expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs Saturday as part of National Pharmaceutical Take-Back Day.



DEA Nets 8 Tons Of Drugs From LA Residents In Take-Back Program

Los Angeles residents handed over more than 8 tons of medication during the Drug Enforcement Administration’s third annual Drug Take-Back event, DEA agents announced Sunday.


Drugs, Medication

Unused, Expired Prescriptions Turned In

Prescription drugs and medications of all types were surrendered safely in Saturday’s nationwide “Take-Back” initiative.


(credit: CBS)

DEA Launches ‘Take-Back’ Campaign For Prescription Drugs

The Drug Enforcement Agency announced there will be more than 3,400 sites nationwide on Saturday, September 25th where consumers can take-back dangerous, unused or unwanted prescription drugs.

CBS Los Angeles–09/23/2010