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Interactive Heroin Video Educates Ocean Co. Students [VIDEO/AUDIO]

The first in a series of interactive videos aimed at educating teenagers about the dangers of drugs has been released by the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office.

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Drug to Counter Heroin Overdose Available to Public [AUDIO]

A drug that can reverse a heroin overdose is closer to being in the hands of Ocean County police officers, but law enforcement won't be the only ones with access to it.

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Who Should Carry Heroin Antidote?

Governments and clinics nationwide are striving to put a drug that can reverse an opiate overdose in the hands of more paramedics, police officers, even everyday Americans.

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Advice for Families Seeking Addiction Treatment [AUDIO]

Seeking out addiction treatment facilities is something few families plan for, but with a heroin epidemic raging in parts of the state, treatment is becoming a difficult decision for more and more people.

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Dealer Pleads Guilty in User’s Heroin Death

Passaic County prosecutors say a drug dealer has admitted selling heroin that led to a man's death.

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Should Health Insurance Pay For Heroin Addicts? [POLL]

I read this article today about heroin addicts who want help often coming up against denials from health insurance companies. In one given example, a man addicted to heroin genuinely wanted to stop and his doctor recommended an in-patient 10 day treatment program with medications, therapies and learning social skills to stay clean upon getting out.

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Laced Heroin Causing Fatal Overdoses in East

Authorities say more than 80 people have died this year due to an increase in heroin laced with a powerful prescription drug.

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Parents Made Aware of Heroin’s Danger [AUDIO]

Monmouth County's heroin epidemic is being brought to the attention of parents and children through a series of seminars titled "Heroin Kills."

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Heroin Use Soars in New Jersey [AUDIO]

Heroin use is on the rise in the Garden State, and the apparent overdose and death of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman has brought the issue into the spotlight once again.

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Targeting Doctors Who Over-Prescribe [AUDIO]

We may soon see the mug shots of more doctors and pharmacists, as Ocean County law enforcement continues its battle against drug overdose deaths.

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