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19 Bills To End The Opiate Epidemic

Senator Jim Merritt is known for sponsoring various bills every year. Over the past few years, he has helped to create legislation that have changed the lives of Americans. However, things seem to be different this year. In fact, the Indianapolis Republican has indicated that he intends to spend more than three tomes the number of bills that he usually manages in a year. Most significantly, 19 out of his bills are meant to address the opioid epidemic that has thrown Americans into panic. Although these bills have yet to be discussed, there is no doubt that they are already..  - Read More

What Caused The Escalation Of The Heroin Epidemic?

In 2010, there was a reformulation of one of the most powerful painkillers, OxyContin. This was the starting pint for an epidemic of a heroin crisis that would sweep across the United Sates. Although there were cases of drug abuse before that time, it is obvious that the escalation was totally because of this reformation. In the years that followed, there was an explosion in heroin overdoses and deaths. Researchers have also found out that the trends in the supply and consumption of drugs changed after this incidence. This is the reason why they strongly believe that it is the..  - Read More

The State Of Ohio Is Currently The “Ground Zero” For The Opiate Epidemic

It is unfortunate that the state of Ohio, “The Buckeye State,” “The Heart of it All,” has now also been dubbed “ground zero” for the opiate epidemic that is plaguing the entire nation. Robert Sprague, an Ohio State Representative, recently revealed that approximately 8 people die in Ohio a day as a result of an opiate overdose, which is apparently relatively more compared to other states. Robert recently spoke at a Richland County Republican party luncheon where he was introduced as the “point person” of the legislature on the opiate epidemic. Robert further revealed that the heroin entering the United..  - Read More

Vermont Hopes To Escape The Nationwide Drug Epidemic Through A New Innovative Program

The heroin and opioid epidemic has been overwhelming the state of Vermont for quite some time now. Vermont locals have had to wait for weeks or even months to get into treatment facilities in order to curb their addiction to heroin and/or prescription opioid painkillers. This has put a large number of people at ongoing and persistent risk for dying from overdoses. As of now, Vermont is a state where defendants are even being offered contracts from some prosecutors so that that they do not have to face criminal charges, but are instead forced into recovery. However, drug addiction treatment..  - Read More

Prescription Painkilling Medications Can Be Gateways To Heroin & Other Opioid Drugs

Every day, opioid painkillers like hydrocodone, morphine and oxycodone lead to the death of around forty-four people in the United States because of overdoses. The fact that these painkillers happen to be opioids means that they contain heroin, which per the latest information and research is contributing to the heroin and opioid epidemic. Per a former addict, the epidemic literally results in deaths daily. One of the reason Americans have been getting addicted to opioids, and quite often, dying from overdoses, is because these powerful painkillers are legally and so readily available. Even though these pain medications are effective for..  - Read More

Former DEA Official Accuses US Congress of Protecting Pharmaceutical Companies

Former Drug Enforcement Administration official and pharmacist Joseph Rannazzisi lays the blame on Congress for favoring US drug company profits over proactively tackling the nation's unprecedented public health crisis. Since the late 1990s, the number of opioid overdose deaths has quadrupled. According to a report titled " Dying Waiting for Treatment" and released in October 2016 by the Democratic Staff of the Senate Committee on Finance, 1 of 112 Americans suffer from an opioid use disorder and more than one American dies from an opioid-related overdose every 20 minutes because in fact only 1 of 834 Americans have access to..  - Read More

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