As heroin and fentanyl have contributed to a larger number of opioid-related deaths, the proportion of African-Americans dying from opioid overdoses has increased, according to data released by the CDC in December. Read More.
There’s a common narrative told about America’s current opioid epidemic: It is, unlike many of the drug overdose crises of the past, predominantly a white epidemic. The newest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, however, complicates...
The epidemic of drug overdoses, often perceived as a largely white rural problem, made striking inroads among black Americans last year—particularly in urban counties where fentanyl has become widespread. Read More.
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