Americans take more pain pills — but not because they're in more pain
from The Washington Post
Americans consume prescription opioids at a greater rate than any other population in the world, according to research data. Could this outsized level of prescribing be a rational, appropriate response to an unusually high level of pain in the U.S. population? Comparative international research suggests not.
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