How many pairs of old glasses are stuffed into your junk drawer? What are you doing with the walker your parent previously used that now sits idle? Is there a way to donate the single hearing aid that lost its mate? If these questions feel relevant to you, then perhaps it’s time to educate yourself about recycling your no-longer-needed personal medical devices. Organizations all over the country can put your discards, often very expensive discards, to good use. Syndicated columnist Jim T. Miller recently outlined your recycling options for a piece he published in the Huffington Post. So gather up your items, andRead Here.