CVS announced that it had been expanding access in 12 more states recently.

For instance, the pharmacy chain is usually working with Boston INFIRMARY and Rhode Island Medical center to support a demonstration project of pharmacy-based naloxone rescue products, according to a press release. CVS is also continuing its efforts to help dispose of unwanted medicines through donations to medication collection units at police departments. In addition, a huge selection of CVS shops participated in the Medication Enforcement Administration’s National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, on September 26 which took place in most states, 2015. CVS customers can also use postage-paid envelopes at all CVS pharmacies to dispose of their unwanted medications..You have to be able to manage that and try not to get all swept up to make everything perfect. Don't let all the holiday activities reach you. And like anything else, pace yourself. I'm not informing people not to eat treats and desserts, but moderation is essential, Santos said. Consult with your physician on what activity could be best for you. If you feel the classic heart attack symptoms – chest pain or discomfort, shortness of breath, dizziness or fainting spells, indigestion that intensifies over five to 15 minutes – get help instantly by phoning 911, Santos said.