“Opioids” was once a medical term to describe drugs associatedwith pain relief but has since become a part of the every dayAmerican vernacular.

High profile celebrity deaths and the sheer volume of opioidsbeing consumed each day have propelled these powerful drugs intothe spotlight and caught the attention of the mainstream media.

Today, opioid abuse is contributing to an excessive number ofearly deaths, robbing far too many individuals of theirlives.

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