US Heroin Deaths Have Increased 53 Percent Since 2002

In a scourge reminiscent of a plague, heroin deaths in the U.S. have increased 533 percent since 2002. According to Forbes, this is directly related to the opioid epidemic, which is killing more people than car crashes. This year alone, these drug overdose deaths are expected to surpass 71,000. The epidemic is also fueled by illicitly manufactured fentanyl, which is 50 times more potent than heroin. Fentanyl use is truly terrifying — and terrifying is a word I don’t just throw...

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