Sharing prescription drugs is dangerous

A group of students at California Northstate College of Pharmacy put together this short video on the dangers of sharing prescription drugs like penicillin and Adderall. (Remember, they’re training to be pharmacists — not actors.)

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  • I wish I could see more students doing things like this to try and educate the public. It seems no matter how many times others try to step in and suggest taking care of your meds, it goes in one ear and out the other. I still know someone that while having three kids at home ended up having to rush one to the ER to get their stomach pumped because the oldest child had gotten into the mothers med. cubbie.

    Sharing or accidental it is very odd that we only pay attention when someone dies or a child is sick from it.

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