Health & Wellness

Check Your Meds Day Comes to Madison Oct. 20

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Credits: Madison Alliance Addressing Substance Abuse, Madison Pharmacy
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MADISON, NJ – Madison Alliance Against Substance Abuse will host its first Check Your Meds Day on Oct. 20 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Madison Senior Center, 28 Walnut St.

A pharmacist from The Madison Pharmacy will be onsite at the Senior Center to help area residents organize and list current prescriptions and remove any expired medications. The pharmacist can also answer questions and adjust prescriptions.

Follow these steps to participate:

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  1. Gather all medications and supplements

  2. Place them in a bag

  3. Meet with a pharmacist for a consultation.

Walk-ins are welcome. Appointments are preferred.

Check Your Meds Day is a joint effort by the Madison Alliance and Madison Pharmacy. For more information, call Frank Iannarone of Madison Pharmacy at 973-377-0075.

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