Opioid Overdoses Don’t Scare Users Into Going Straight

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It would seem that one good thing about an overdose is that it might scare a drug abuser into going straight. New research shows that’s usually not the case, reports Philly.com. The number of people filling painkiller prescriptions in the six months after treatment for an opioid overdose declined about 10 percent, says . . .

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