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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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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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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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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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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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Feb-28-14 5:52 AM

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

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