Amid concerns about privacy, the state House has passed and sent the Senate a bill that would create a state database to monitor the dispensing and use of prescription drugs.
A Connecticut woman found out the hard way that to be arrested for DUI, you don’t have to be drunk.
Boxes have been set up at nine police departments and in the lobby of the Government Center in Media. The process is intended to be anonymous.
The growing addiction problem is adding to the number of emergency room visits, rescue calls, treatment placements and deaths in Philadelphia every year.
Delaware County Council and the Heroin Task Force are set to unveil 11 large drug drop off boxes.
The Washington-based Trust for America’s Health said in a report Monday that the state had 15.3 overdose deaths per 100,000 residents in 2010, most involving prescription drugs.
As a consumer, as someone who takes medicine, you need to play detective. If you are experiencing unusual symptoms after taking medications it is worth checking into.
Police say a South Jersey man has been arrested for allegedly selling prescription drugs on Craigslist.
There will be two boxes at the county courthouse in Norristown, and at eight others at police departments scattered throughout the county.
Police in Atlantic City have announced a number of arrests after a lengthy investigation revealed several local convenience stores were selling male enhancement drugs marketed as “dietary supplements.”
Gloucester Township police and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) have partnered for an upcoming anti-drug event.
Getting rid of unneeded prescription drugs in New Jersey is a little bit easier now that the state has placed secure drop-off boxes in all 21 counties.
Saturday is “National Prescription Drug Take Back Day” and there is a lot of local participation.
”Project Medicine Drop” sets up drop boxes, similar to postal street mailboxes, at police stations.
Another reason for parents to clean out medicine cabinets. Abuse of prescription drugs by teens is on the rise.