"Unintentional drug overdose is the leading cause of injury-related death in Ohio – more than motor vehicle crashes – a trend beginning in 2007.
"Deaths from prescription opioids – the pain pills on which many Ohioans get hooked and then graduate to heroin -- has declined in recent years. But deaths due to heroin and the extraordinarily potent analog fentanyl continue to climb..."
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