You may be at risk of getting sick from the drugs you buy at drive thru drug store
It’s one of the biggest issues facing the US healthcare system and it’s been on the minds of the media for a while.
The Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) recently launched a new campaign to warn consumers about the dangers of buying illicit drugs through drive thru pharmacies.
But the warnings have already caused a backlash in some quarters, with a petition calling for a boycott of the drug store chain.
The DEA’s latest campaign was launched as part of its drive to combat the opioid epidemic, and has become a huge hit with online communities.
In a blog post, the DEA said that it wanted to create awareness about the drugs and the risks they pose to users, and to inform patients about the different ways to treat the symptoms of addiction.
“Driving through a drive thru or pharmacy is a risky and dangerous activity,” said the DEA in its announcement.
“Driving under the influence of drugs can lead to reckless driving, injury or death.
Drug dealers are known to use this behavior to lure people into their homes to sell drugs and sell drugs to their customers.”
“These are dangerous and risky activities,” the DEA continued.
“We are warning you to be aware of the dangers and to be mindful of your own health and safety.”
It’s not the first time that the drug-selling industry has tried to scare consumers with its latest campaign.
In 2014, the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) launched a campaign that was aimed at encouraging people to stop buying prescription drugs from pharmacies.
Driving to a pharmacy was also used as a method of buying cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin and other drugs, the NIDA said.
The campaign was funded by the National Institutes of Health and included posters and posters in newspapers across the country.
The posters said the drugs were available from drug stores, but people had to have prescriptions to buy them.
When people saw the posters, they often told their friends, and when the posters became so popular, a campaign called “Save Your Pharmacy” was launched in which people could post a photo of their drug store receipt.
People also wrote letters to drug stores asking them to stop selling illegal drugs.
In response, NIDA started an email campaign asking drug store owners to stop distributing the ads.
The email campaign also included a warning that drug dealers were often selling the drugs through online drug sites, and that they were selling them for a profit.
The campaign was ultimately stopped after it garnered some backlash, and the NIAA issued a statement saying that it “would not have gone as far as we have with our recent campaign”.
But now, some people are taking action.
Last week, users of Reddit shared the news of a drive-through pharmacy they visited and how the pharmacist gave them a prescription for a prescription drug.
A number of Redditors, including users of the social media platform r/Drugs, wrote about the incident, with one user calling the pharmacy an “awesome pharmacy” and another stating: “This is a great place to buy drugs.
This pharmacist is great.
She knows what she’s doing.”
Others have also shared photos and videos of their encounters with drug dealers, and shared the tips they’ve learned about how to protect themselves from drug dealers and the potential consequences of driving while high.
In a video posted by Reddit user /u/gwern_soul on Monday, a Reddit user shared a photo from the pharmacy, which they say was filled with pills.
They said they had been stopped at a red light and the pharmacares security guard came out and took them into the back.
Another user posted a video showing how they were able to escape the pharmas security guard, and how they managed to get away from the pharma.