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NPR: todays addicts are white, suburban

Heroin was once the scourge of the urban poor, but today the typical user is a young, white suburbanite, a study finds. And the path to addiction usually starts with prescription painkillers. Read more of Maanvi Singhs NPR report originally broadcast and published in 2014 here:

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