College Heroin Use is Down; Youth Deaths Are Up

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On university and college campuses, opioid recovery programs are expanding and multiplying, populated by students who have struggled with dependence on Percocet (oxycodone) and Vicodin (hydrocodone), as well as those who have moved on to fentanyl and heroin, which are far cheaper on the street than prescription pills, reports the New York Times. A national survey last year by the University . . .

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