Opioid overdoses eclipse car crash victims

The National Safety Council made the announcement Monday.
0:35 | 01/15/19

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Disturbing medical news for the first time in US history you're more likely to die of an open Healy overdose than in a car crash. The National Safety Council has confirmed those odds thing the crisis is getting worse because fentanyl is so widely available. A new look at this morning at Howell a small amount of marijuana can affect the teenager's brain. Researcher studying fourteen year olds found just one or two joints can actually change their brain in regions affecting emotions and memory. The study did not definitively say if those brain changes have negative consequences.

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