Prescription Drugs and Abuse in Women:. A Community Perspective. Prescription Drugs and Abuse in Women: A Community Perspective. One person dies every 19 minutes from prescription drug abuse in the United States (CDC)
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The CDC reports the two main groups at risk for prescription drug overdose are the nine million people who report long-term medical use of opioids – and the roughly 5 million people who have used opioids without prescription or medical need
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