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Prescription turn-in event targets youth drug abuse To the editor: An alarming number of Washington County youth are intentionally abusing prescription medications to get high. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has labeled...
The Greencastle Police Department will be hosting a drug take back on Sept. 29 for safe disposal of unused or expired medication. The public is free to bring any prescription or over-the-counter medicine and no questions will be asked about any medicine,...
“Waynesboro caller, on the payroll tax cut: This will have to be paid back because payroll tax funds Medicare. Listen, Democrats ran the House since ’07, Demo president and Senate until Republicans became the majority less than one year ago....
firstname.lastname@example.orgBehind the pharmacy counter, the familiar bags of medications are tagged and labeled alphabetically in plastic containers. Customers come and go —but not everyone is there to drop off or pick up a prescription. Some have come for an influenza or...
Local Clique Club offers scholarships To assist graduating high school students in the Washington County area and help defray some of the cost of college, the Clique Club is hosting a scholarship fund fundraiser. There are several ways community...
Longmeadow Lions Club will meet Thursday, Nov. 10, at 6:30 p.m. at Always Ron’s Restaurant on Burhans Boulevard. The program will be presented by Belinda Corbett of the Washington County Commission on Aging. For reservations, call 301-739-2815. ...
The community is invited to a recital and rededication of the Moller organ Sunday at 3 p.m. at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Funkstown. The recital will feature local musicians in organ, instrumental and vocal music. The original Moller organ...
An aspirin a day may not always keep heart disease away, say two University of Florida cardiologists. But a new algorithm they have developed outlines factors physicians should weigh as they assess whether a patient would benefit from a daily dose of...
The Baltimore Sun editorial, "Plan B restrictions — better, but not best," (May 2) attempted to draw comparisons between two very different over-the-counter (OTC) medicines and ultimately provided an inaccurate and misleading characterization of a...
In the United States of 2013, any youngster can walk into a store and buy a bottle of aspirin, acetaminophen, ibuprofen or some other pain reliever without showing any identification, parental consent or a doctor's order. They don't have to be 15 or 17 or...
Nearly 1,800 pounds of unused and expired medication was turned in Harford County by more than 500 people during the Nationwide Prescription Drug Take Back Day Saturday, April 27. The 1,782 pounds of medicine turned in was properly disposed of and...
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