Anyone can be exposed to drugs and become addicted to them as a result. Addiction can affect anyone from any background or calling. However, new data suggests that the generation one is born into can indicate the degree of risk for drug abuse and possible drug-related death.
Any type of drug use carries risk with its use. But when someone uses more than one drug at once, they increase their chances of suffering a serious accident, injury, or overdose. And unfortunately, that is exactly what's happening with people who use fentanyl and meth.
The media and the experts will openly discuss much when it comes to the health and vitality of the American people in modern-day America, but there is a lot that gets swept under the rug.
While one would likely have to have been living under a rock not to be aware of the current drug addiction epidemic that our country is struggling with, there are the key, specific areas of drug abuse that are likely not that well understood.
The newest item to hit the news boards on the opiate epidemic our country is stifled with is a new, prototype vaccine, a vaccine that will supposedly cure people who are addicted to heroin.