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DEA gears up for National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

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National Prescription Drug Takeback Day is Saturday, October 29. Dayton Police will be accepting unwanted pills at the following locations. Drop-off boxes are available at Dayton Police sites across the city. For more information on securing prescription meds or Take Back Day, click here.
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DEA gears up for National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

The event aims to prevent addiction and reduce drug poisoning deaths

3 months ago·United States
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Drop off unwanted prescription drugs at local barracks during National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday

Maryland State Police barracks will be collecting unwanted and unused prescription meds on Saturday during National Prescription Take Back Day.

3 months ago·Baltimore, United States
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National Takeback Day: Where to dispose of prescription drugs in Dayton

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National Prescription Drug Take Back Day will be on Saturday, October 29

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National Drug Take Back Day This Saturday October 29th

DEA National Drug Take Back Day will be held this Saturday, October 29, 2022. Per the Drug Enforcement Administration, “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that in the United States, over 107,000 people died as the result of a drug overdose last year.This figure means that someone in the United States is dying of a drug overdose every 5 minutes. Take Back Day events provide easy, no-cost opportunities to dispose of medicines…

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