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The US Heroin and Prescription Drug Epidemic

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Prescription drug overdoses are killing more Americans than any other drug, according to new report.

The annual Drug Threat Assessment report found that drug overdoses are the leading cause of injury death for Americans, ahead of death by a firearm or a car accident.

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Top 50 Towns with the Worse Drinking Habits

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Blackpool has topped a poll as the town with the most dangerous drinking habits amongst its inhabitants, according to a new report.

The seaside resort had 1,230.5 per 100,000 people needing to go to hospital after a night out drinking; equating to just fewer than 5 people going to hospital per day due to alcohol consumption.

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Cocaine – The ‘Perfect Heart Attack Drug’

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So-called recreational cocaine users are more likely to have higher blood pressure, stiffer arteries and thicker heart muscle walls than non-users, says report.

Cocaine, and most other illegal drugs, can have a negative impact on the heart and when repeatedly used over time can cause cardiovascular abnormalities such as an arrhythmia and heart attacks.

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Link Found between Smoking and Alcoholism

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There have been many studies over the years to establish whether smoking and alcoholism go hand in hand, but up until now studies have only revealed reckless behavior as the only commonality.

Researchers from the University of Missouri School of Medicine have now found a strong link between the two addictions, reports Science20.com.

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British Teens Top the Drugs League Table

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It’s not a title to be proud of but teenagers in Britain have topped the drugs league table where more are likely to have taken illegal drugs than teenagers anywhere else in Europe, according to a new survey.

The European School Survey Project on Alcohol and Other Drugs (ESPAD) found that 36% of British teenagers had tried illegal drugs at some point in their lives.

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