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Over 18,000 pounds of medications collected in Tennessee on take back day

Tennessee Department of Health and Substance Abuse has announced that last month’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day in Tennessee collected over 18,000 pounds of prescription medication by 102 participating agencies.

Drug coalitions say that you should not throw unwanted medications in the trash or flush them down the drain. You can dispose of unwanted medications at any drug coalition dropbox, which can be found at the Manchester Police Department in Manchester.

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