Black Tar Heroin “Falling out of the Sky” in Ohio

 

New data released by the state of Ohio indicates that heroin use is so prevalent that the drug seems to be "falling out of the sky." The drug, which many drug abusers are turning to as a cheap substitute for prescription painkillers like OxyContin, is being used by children as young as 13. Since prescription drug abuse is a nationwide problem, the heroin situation in Ohio could be just the tip of the iceberg. ohio map heroin

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Synthetic Heroin Claims More Lives – Banff Canada

This past weekend two people died, and a third almost succumbed to a fatal overdose one in a separate incident almost died. The city of Banff in Canada had just recently released in the local paper “Bannffshire Journal” a warning of the dangers of a synthetic drug being passed of as heroin.

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