In 2014, Columbus had an opioid prescription rate of 99.6 for every 100 people – almost one prescription for every man, woman and child... Columbus taking action as doctors writing too many opioid prescriptions

In 2014, Columbus had an opioid prescription rate of 99.6 for every 100 people – almost one prescription for every man, woman and child living in the city.

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