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One choice is to take your meds to a collection center near you on National Drug Take Back Day.
All meds have a “shelf-life.” That’s the time a drug is most effective and safe. Later, it may be weak, so you may not get its full help. Some out-of-date meds may be unsafe. It’s just not a risk worth taking.
Safe medication disposal is one of the ways to make sure meds don’t harm someone else, or spoil our ground or water resources.
Originally published October 21, 2016,; Revised 2018, 2020
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