It is the safest way to dispose of unneeded and expired medication. The Drug Enforcement Administration has conducted a nationwide prescription drug take-back day.
A 33-year-old man has been sentenced to five months in prison for selling misbranded, non-FDA approved prescription drugs.
The University of Maryland’s women’s basketball coach helped bring the problem of prescription drug shortages to the national spotlight. Now a prominent local hospital tells Maryland lawmakers how the growing problem has impacted their work.
Officials in Washington are participating in the Drug Enforcement Administration’s “National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.”
The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety has issued new warnings for seniors who drive.
UnitedHealthcare is planning to add 335 jobs to the Baltimore area as it improves services to Medicare beneficiaries.
What do you do with expired or unneeded prescription drugs? That’s the question millions of Americans answered Saturday by showing up at more than 5,000 sites across the country.
The number one drug Marylanders abuse isn’t crack, cocaine or heroin. It’s prescription pain killers. One small Maryland town is at the center of this alarming epidemic.
An abuse of power. A military doctor from Howard County is charged with illegally selling prescription drugs.
All around the country, people were properly throwing out their unused prescription drugs.