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US Death Rate Rises as More People Die from Prescription Drug Overdoses

For the first time in a decade, the death rate in the United States has gone up. One of the major reasons for the rise has alarmed health experts and state lawmakers across the country: drug overdoses. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) examined data from the National Center for Health Statistics

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Prince Reportedly Found with Prescription Pills When He Died

When law enforcement investigated the death scene at Prince’s Minnesota residence, they reportedly found the musical superstar with prescription painkillers both on his person and in his home. According to authorities, Prince was found unresponsive by emergency medical responders after someone saw that he had passed out in an elevator at his Paisley Park MN

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Marijuana as an Alternative to Prescription Drugs, Heroin

While many opponents of state laws that legalize marijuana have pointed to data showing an increase in hospital visits in these states, new research indicates that the use of medical marijuana may be effective at treating addictions to prescription painkillers and heroin. Despite the conflicting research on marijuana, many people, including some lawmakers, are make

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Study Finds That Adderall Abuse is on the Rise among Young People

The prescription drug Adderall poses a serious health risk to individuals who abuse it. For example, medical experts said that there has been an upward trend in the number of emergency room visits caused by Adderall misuse in recent years. Adderall is commonly used to treat individuals who suffer from attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). In

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Could Racist Stereotypes Explain Prescription Drug Abuse Trends?

Health officials are trying to determine why more white Americans are dying as a result of prescription drug overdoses in recent years, according to data examined by researchers with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Prescription drug abuse is being called an epidemic by lawmakers at both the federal and NJ state levels,

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