Painkiller prescriptions drop in key Ohio counties
The number of prescribed painkiller doses and drug-related deaths decreased last year in the southern Ohio county regarded as the epicenter of the state's prescription drug addiction problem.
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#1 Feb 29, 2012
Pain killer prescriptions drop, however, how about the heroin overdoeses that we have seen in the ER now? Can we get a count on them for the last year? Will we continue to pass out more needles and let US 23 and 52 become know as the highway to heroin?
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