More Ohio Heroin Overdoses Happen in Public Places

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The number of heroin overdoses in public places has been rising the past three years in Ohio, reports the Columbus Dispatch. Statistics for medics administering Narcan for drug overdoses show that 38 percent of of those overdoses from January to May occurred in public places, up from 33 percent in 2015. Streets were the most common public place for overdoses, followed by . . .

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