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OPIOIDS - THE UPSCALE SONS OF CRACK COCAINE?

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Drugs are another common way to escape boredom, depression, and pain. Pop one pill and working at the local pizza parlor after school might not be such a drag or that chronic backache resides into oblivion.

Over the last decade, there has been a new sheriff in town and it's dealt everything except law and order. It's the opoid OxyCotin, and and it starts out legal but in an epidemic number of instances concludes more devastating than the society shunned street drugs such as Heroin, Meth, or even crack.

On this episode, it's emergence onto the medical atmosphere, its good legal applications, the rise of "Pill Mills". A South Florida journalist and authorities pay some pill miils a visit, see what they found. 

The misuse of the drug has gripped an epidemic number of people in it's highly addictive web creating a new wave of negative social and cultural ills that make it appear an eery sibling to crack cocaine.

Listen, Learn, and Leave informed. 

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