Heroin’s coming back in a big way –in affluent suburbs, small cities and rural towns

By The Christian Science Monitor
Saturday, January 26, 2013 2:59 EDT
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Heroin: Small cities, even rural towns face growing problems

For years, heroin was considered an affliction mainly of poor urban neighborhoods. But these days, the drug is becoming popular in affluent suburbs, small cities, and even rural towns – especially among young people. From Arizona to New Jersey, many communities that never imagined they would have…

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