Prescription and over the counter
painkillers are found in virtually every household and they are used for a variety of ailments and injuries.However, despite the widespread popularity of many painkillers, they also come with a variety of dangers. Learning about some of the dangers of common painkillers can serve as a preventative measure to help keep the
people that need them safe.
Most drugs can be thrown in the household trash, but consumers should take certain
precautions before tossing them out, according to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Check out this article
from the FDA about disposing
of your unwanted drugs.


Moss Rehab Resource Net

Medical / Gov’t Information


Medical Information

Center for Disease Control

Social Security



Medicaid Buy-In (.pdf file opens in new window) – The Medicaid Buy-In Program offers affordable health care coverage to people with disabilities who work and earn a paycheck.


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