When do overdose deaths occur in Ohio?

The highest number of fatal drug overdoses in Ohio occur on weekends but, perhaps surprisingly, deaths are fairly evenly spread throughout the week. In 2016, accidental drug overdoses killed 4,050 Ohioans. Here’s when those Ohioans died. The information is from...

County-by-county: Cocaine overtakes heroin in overdose deaths in Ohio

What’s happening where you live? Harm Reduction Ohio reported Thursday that cocaine is now the most frequent drug involved in fatal overdoses in Ohio because of its contamination with fentanyl, carfentanil and other chemical analogs. In this article, we provide...

Is marijuana safe from fentanyl? YES

Fentanyl-laced marijuana reports have been urban myths Contamination of illegal pot is likely not even possible Fentanyl has widely┬ácontaminated all prohibited drugs in Ohio — except marijuana and mushrooms. The spread of fentanyl into cocaine, meth and other...