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medicine cabinet

A storage cabinet for medical supplies, toilet articles, and the like.
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And, while that's a good start to address the issue of prescription drug abuse, physicians say families also play an important role, and it often begins with medicine cabinets.
Here's wishing you a season without a need to open your medicine cabinet following your equinox preparations.
Sixty-three percent of teenagers surveyed believe prescription drugs are easy to get from friends' and family's medicine cabinet.
Make sure your medicine cabinet and first aid kit are ready for emergencies big and small
Operation Medicine Cabinet is presented by the University of Southern Nevada Drug Abuse Awareness Team, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Narcotics Education Foundation of Nevada, Clark County Coroner's Office, Pain in the Drain and 8 News Now.
According to the 2005 Partnership Attitude Tracking Survey, a parent's medicine cabinet is the most common source of these abused medicines among teens.
In the bathroom--Check the medicine cabinet for old or expired dietary supplements, prescriptions, and other medicines.
Keep your own medicine cabinet stocked with common remedies for coughs, colds and headaches as well as items such as sticking plasters.
A third of respondents admitted that on the rare occasion they do check the contents of their medicine cabinet, they would consider what the out-of-date item was before throwing it away.
More than a third (41 %) admitted to having no medicine cabinet at all and men and women were equally as bad at hoarding useless medicines (30% to 31% respectively).
The guide is organized by therapeutic drug class and contains information on what should be in a home medicine cabinet, normal lab values, cautionary information, and the national Poison Center Hotline.
Do they get them from their friends, the medicine cabinet, the Internet, drug dealers?