Outdated Meds Pose Problems If Kept or Tossed
It's a common find in medicine cabinets and bathroom drawers: a prescription vial containing years-old medication or an over-the-counter cold remedy that's embarrassingly past its sell-by date.
But unless they're spring-cleaning, many people don't bother throwing away these items. Read more...
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