Posts by Sunrise Detox Ft Lauderdale

Florida Realtors: Please Help Secure Medications at Open House Events

Most pharmacies will take back unwanted prescription drugs for proper disposal, free of charge. Some Florida communities sponsor Drug Take Back days as well.
Realtors need to be aware and inform their clients: prescription drug thieves are shopping the real estate Open House events, looking for opportunities to steal from medicine cabinets and night stands.

NAMI Palm Beach County Luncheon

The Marriott West Palm Beach on Okeechobee Boulevard will host a luncheon featuring Christine Stapleton, benefiting the National Alliance on Mental Illness. 

Christine Stapleton (Palm Beach Post reporter and author) will keynote the Second Annual Luncheon of the National Association of Mental Illness (NAMI) Palm Beach County chapter, and Sunrise Detox will be there.

Prescription Drug Disposal South Florida

List of over 130 National Drug Take-Back locations in South Florida, where anyone can safely and anonymously rid themselves of unwanted prescription drugs.

National Drug Take Back Day 2013 offers over 130 locations in South Florida for convenient drop off. This is the best way to safely dispose of unwanted drugs, keeping our kids, streets, and environment safer.

Inspiration: Achieving What Seems Impossible

An inspiring "you can do it" message from magician David Blaine.

Magician David Blaine reveals that his "magic" is sometimes just hard work, dedication, and commitment. He believes that if one man can do something, then another man can, too. And once he believes he can do it, he works hard until he has done his very best to achieve his goal (such as staying underwater without breathing, for 17 minutes!)

NTSB Suggests 0.05% DUI Level

The NTSB has started a discussion about lowering the DUI threshold to 0.05% BAC

The National Traffic Safety Board (NTSB) has started a conversation about lowering the DUI (driving under the influence) threshold to 0.05% BAC. While DUI is governed by state law, a common threshold level is 0.08% blood alcohol concentration (BAC).