Montrose: Prescription drug drop off at health fair March 13

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From the Telluride Watch:

Think of it as an annual physical for your medicine cabinet. The public is invited to drop off expired prescription drugs and medicines at the Montrose Memorial Hospital Health Fair on Saturday, March 13 at the Montrose Pavilion.

To help encourage proper disposal of prescription drugs, the Montrose Underage Drinking/Drug Task Force (UDDTF) will host the drug take back as its final public event. The UDDTF has served the Montrose region for seven years and closes its offices in February. MMH staff will provide a pharmacist on site to receive the expired medications and proper disposal will take place thereafter…

The March 13 Montrose Health Fair is open to the public from 6:30 a.m. to noon, offering a multitude of health screenings and blood testing. For more information about the Health Fair, contact the MMH Marketing Department at 970/240-7344.

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