In Georgia there was about 30 overdose deaths in the first week of June. The Georgia Department of Public Health confirmed in the second week of June a fifth overdose death related to fake Percocet pills that have been circulating the streets. Test results were released last week by the Georgia Bureau of investigation indicating thatRead More
Huntington is one of the cities that has felt the negative outcome of the nation’s crisis on drug abuse. It is a state situated in the western West Virginia with a community of nearly 50,000. Between 2009 and 2013, it realized an increase in mortality rates from drug overdoses that rose by 65%. It isRead More
Members of the public have been requested by the American College of Physicians to assist in reducing the stigma revolving around addiction. They have also urged individuals to actively participate in the fight against substance use disorder. According to a paper that was released last week, the largest professional group of doctors gave a proposalRead More
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