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A former San Antonio TV anchorwoman has been sentenced to probation over the theft of painkillers from a friend and an altered prescription. Karen Marie Gallagher in August pleaded no contest to two counts of obtaining drugs by fraud. A judge on
State decides what's not an emergency Obama's prescription: $320 billion in cuts to Medicare, Medicaid Obama's prescription: $320 billion in cuts to Medicare, Medicaid In his plan to trim the federal deficit, President Barack Obama on Monday proposed
Students across the state will focus this week on drug abuse, but authorities are putting more emphasis on prescription drug abuse, a trend they see increasing among teens. Monday marked the start of Red Ribbon Week, an effort to educate students
An arcane pricing dispute threatens to have real-world consequences for millions of Walgreen Co. customers, who may lose their ability to fill prescriptions there starting in January. With growth in prescription-drug sales slowing, Walgreen and other
The Arizona Republic-12 News Breaking News Team Surprise police plan to collect unwanted prescription drugs this Saturday for disposal. Authorities will collect the drugs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at two locations: Sun City Grand at 19753 N.
The Wichita Eagle If you have a medicine cabinet full of old pill bottles, the U.S. attorney's office in Kansas is encouraging you to get rid of your stash. National Drug Take Back Day is Saturday, and six locations in the Wichita area will be
The U.S. Department of Justice/Drug Enforcement Control has scheduled the 4th National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday October 29, 2011 from 10-2:00pm. Locations near you click http://www.deadiversion.usdoj.
The Indiana State Police will be collecting unused, expired and unwanted prescription drugs Saturday as part of the national prescription drug Take Back initiative. The program, in its third installment, is funded by the Drug Enforcement Agency.
Police are searching for an armed man who tried to rob a pharmacy of prescription drugs this morning...The attempted robbery occurred just after 10 a.m. at the Rite Aid at 2311 Timber Dr., according to a press statement this morning by the Garner
At the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, scientists are working on a database that will help drug makers decide which of 1,000 or so materials are safest and most effective to deliver specific medications. It's a project that could get a big