Do you know what’s in your medicine cabinet?

Prescription medicines play an important part of treatment for a variety of health conditions. However, it is critical to safeguard medicines and dispose of them properly, because using these good medicines inappropriately can be dangerous to your health. Fortunately, there are ways to keep your prescription medicines from becoming bad drugs. Proper disposal of unused, unwanted, or expired medicines is an important—and simple—way to keep you, your family, and your community safe.
About the Teva Campaign
The When Good Medicines Become Bad Drugs campaign was created by Teva—one of the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies—to educate patients, pharmacists, caregivers, and the public about the safe and responsible disposal of prescription medicines.
Take Action
Browse this site to learn more about how you can properly dispose of prescription medicines. By learning and spreading awareness, you can help safeguard against improper use of prescription medicines.
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) periodically schedules National Prescription Drug Take-Back Days.

National Prescription Drug Take-Back Days are your opportunity to safely dispose of unwanted and unused medications. By participating you will help prevent prescription drug abuse.

Periodically check their website to find out when the next one is going to take place.
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