Associated Press examines medicine disposal practices of hospitals.

All rights reserved.. Associated Press examines medicine disposal practices of hospitals, long-term care facilities Hospitals, hospices and assisted living facilities dump at least 250 million pounds of unused medicines and contaminated packaging in to the U.S. Normal water supply each year, according to a continuing Linked Press investigation, the AP/San Francisco Chronicle reviews. The Associated Press based the estimate on a little sample, as few of the 5,700 hospitals and 45,000 long-term care facilities maintain records on the quantity of unused medications of which they dispose. Based on the AP/Chronicle, the medications are expired, spoiled, unneeded or over-prescribed.Internet surfers can make a secure on-line contribution by visiting.. Lender of America whistleblowers state these were told to lie about mortgages Americans even now reeling from the collapse of the U.S. Housing marketplace and who dropped homes or thousands of dollars in equity will be specifically upset by information that among the lenders in the centre of the collapse, Lender of America, is usually guilty of fleecing debtors and rewarding foreclosures.