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Behind the Data on Connecticut's Opioid Overdose Problem

Source
Government Technology
Date
May 13, 2019
Summary
Data analysis in Connecticut shows that only 10 small towns in the state have not had a death from an opioid overdose in the last 4 years. The reasons for their addictions often stem from prescriptions that became an addiction, particularly in the Appalachian Valley. Article includes data on deaths by county and city for 2015-2018.
Tagged as
Appalachia · County-by-county data · Mortality · Pharmacy and prescription drugs · Prescription drug abuse · Connecticut