Opioid Abuse Has Cut U.S. Life Expectancy

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New York prosecutors said this week that an August drug raid yielded 140 pounds of fentanyl, the most in the city’s history and enough to kill 32 million people. Those numbers underscore the dizzying size of the current opioid crisis. On Tuesday, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention researchers published an analysis showing the crisis has actually negatively impacted life expectancy in the U. S., Want to read more? Please subscribe to The Crime Report!