Saturday, July 28, 2018

These states are using medical marijuana to fight opioids. Here's how.
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More states are turning to medical marijuana as an alternative to the addictive prescription painkillers that have driven the public health crisis. Why it matters: Recent studies found that states with legalized medical marijuana laws have seen lower opioid overdose death rates compared to states that ban it. By the numbers: 64,000 Americans died from drug overdoses in 2016, about two-thirds of them from heroin, prescription opioids and synthetic opioids, according to the National Center for Read the full story
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