"Smith believes that chemical addictions develop more from prescription and over-the-counter drugs than the illegal stuff the pusher is dispensing on the street corner."Ryan died, not from cocaine or heroin, but from a lethal mix of a narcotic painkiller and prescription pills used for treating panic disorder. Smith hopes that her son's tragic story will once again bring into the spotlight the often-talked-about, but also often-ignored dangers of prescription drug abuse. Source: Gainesville Times
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