'Our new normal': Hard-hit Ohio community fears opioid overdoses will be perpetual crisis

Tuesday, June 20, 2017 - 04:32 in Psychology & Sociology

Ohio continues to lead North America in fatal overdoses. Last year, 4,149 people in the U.S. state died from unintentional drug overdoses — up 36 per cent over 2015. Those in one of the most severely affected communities say they fear addiction will remain a chronic problem.

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