Statistics from the Division of Professional Regulation, which licenses controlled substance prescribers, show a 12-percent drop in opioid prescriptions statewide compared to the first quarter of 2017. The number of Delaware patients being treated with opioid medications has also declined by 8 percent over the same time period, the division reports.
Secretary of State Jeffrey Bullock and the state Board of Nursing have suspended the Delaware nursing license of Joanne F. Bogardus in light of recent criminal charges against her related to prescription drugs.
Medicines play an important role in treating health conditions and diseases, but they are open to abuse and improper disposal, which can harm the environment
Attorney General Beau Biden’s office is sponsoring three consumer prescription drug drop-off sites Saturday, September 27, in support of Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, a national effort to reduce prescription drug abuse. Take-Back Day is sponsored by the federal Drug Enforcement Administration, in conjunction with state and local law enforcement and healthcare organizations, and Biden’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit is sponsoring three drop-off sites out of thirty sites offered statewide.
Third arrest made during ongoing investigation of convenience stores selling illegal prescription drugs
As a result of the ongoing investigation into the sale of illegal prescription drugs at area convenience stores, agents of the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement (DATE) arrested Damian D. Garcia, 31 of Frankford who is the owner of Danny’s Pizzeria located at 48 N. Main Street in Selbyville. He was charged with Operating […]