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Statistics Now Indicate Opioid Overdoses Kill More Americans than Car Crashes
Statistics Now Indicate Opioid Overdoses Kill More Americans than Car Crashes

A shocking new report is claiming that for the first time in history, Americans are now more likely to die from an accidental overdose than from injuries sustained in a car crash. This new data analysis, compiled in the nonprofit National Safety Council’s Injury Facts ...

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