Ohio Led Nation in Opioid Overdose Deaths in 2014

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Ohio saw more opioid overdose deaths than anywhere else in the nation in 2014, and the numbers continue to rise, says a study from the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, reports Cleveland.com. The Buckeye State topped the list of opioid overdose deaths among all 50 states, reporting 2,106 deaths in 2014. The only other state that came close to Ohio . . .

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