HENDERSON, Nev. — Rx Safes, manufacturer of fingerprint recognition home prescription lockboxes, on Thursday announced that it is waging a new war on drugs to reduce prescription drug abuse, backed by a national media campaign.
More than 2,500 children a day experiment with prescription drugs for the first time and these drugs are easily accessed from unsecured medicine cabinets, closets and drawers. Rx Safes offers the Rx DrugSAFE fingerprint medication lockbox, as a state of the art tool to secure medication.
"Rx Safes is determined to help fight this battle at the source. This is a very serious problem and we are launching this campaign to create awareness about the issue and provide a real solution," said Lorraine Yarde, CEO of Rx Safes.