“Prescription Drugs Lead to Growing Problem of Infant Addiction”


Ten years ago, infants born with drug addictions was associated with street drugs. But the rise of prescription drug addiction in the past ten years has resulted in a tripling of the number of newborns born addicted to painkillers, and a five-fold increase in the number born addicted to opiates, making “neonatal abstinence syndrome” a problem that now transcends social class.

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