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Chicago leads in heroin-related ER visits: A growing teen epidemic



  • Kimberley Zagoren 6 years ago

    This is so scary. Parents need to get through to their teens about the dangers of drugs, especially heroin. Thanks for the informative article.

  • Nancy Z-Grand Rapids Health Examiner 6 years ago

    Very informative and scary. No amount of drug abuse prevention seems to get through to the kids (and young adults) nowadays. I guess they all think it won't happen to them, and don't realize the addictive effects of their first use of the drug.

  • Winona Cooking Examiner 6 years ago

    This is very scary. Parents and teachers need to press the issue that drugs are bad.

  • Winona Home & Living 6 years ago

    Thanks for sharing this informative article, more teens should know that drugs never do the body any good.

  • pepper22 6 years ago

    um your tolerance doesn't go up if you only use once or twice a month... especially if you're just snorting it.. Kids today aren't stupid and know the risks of the drug.. they also know that daily use will cause addiction

  • Tina T. - Chicago Healthy Living Examiner 6 years ago

    Pepper22: If kids today knew their limits and the risks, heroin deaths would not be rising dramatically. A user has no way of knowing what the purity of the drug or what it is cut with: meaning that a first time user can overdose.

  • April - Salt Lake City Wellness/Cat Examiner 6 years ago

    Interesting about it first being marketed by Bayer in the 1800's. I can only imagine how many things that were used back then has become an issue in this day and age.

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