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More opiate scripts

Local trend the opposite of Ohio’s

February 28, 2014

While per capita opiate prescriptions have been on the decline in Ohio, locally the trend is moving in the other directio....

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ea333555

Mar-03-14 11:30 AM

The U.S., with just 5 percent of the world’s population, now accounts for 84 percent of global oxycodone (Oxycontin) consumption and more than 99 percent of hydrocodone (Vicodin, Lortab) consumption. That’s a lot of painkillers. Do we need more? I think not.

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turk024

Feb-28-14 11:07 AM

wait till next week and watch the stats rise when Zohydro hits the streets. All thanks to big pharmaceutical company's. devils drug

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JoshBrown

Feb-28-14 8:48 AM

This is pure 100% BS from the Doctors they don't need to had out these drugs like there tic tac's !

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kprkids

Feb-28-14 7:24 AM

StreetProse, it's more like the Sheriff is REALISTIC. Do your research on drug addicts. This drug is good if administered in time, but not a miracle.

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StreetProse

Feb-28-14 5:52 AM

The Sheriff comes off as somewhat sadistic towards the end of the article.

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