Researchers at Johns Hopkins University found less than one third of households with children safely store their pain medication.
Opioid pain relieving medication is highly addictive – and potentially deadly.
Researchers found the worst offenders were parents with children between 7 and 17 years old: Only 12% admitted they safely stored their opioid pain relievers.
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Study: Less Than 1/3 Of Households With Children Safely Store Pain Medication was originally published on wolbbaltimore.com