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Meth In The Morning, Heroin At Night: Inside The Seesaw Struggle of Dual Addiction

Many users now mix opioids with stimulants such as meth and cocaine. Researchers say efforts to get doctors to reduce opioid prescriptions may have driven some users to buy meth on the street instead.

Prado To Rococo Rot
Takin' Off Tane

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International Protests Mount As Peru Moves Ahead With New Airport Near Machu Picchu

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Brooklyn Is Burning Head Automatica
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Meth In The Morning, Heroin At Night: Inside The Seesaw Struggle of Dual Addiction

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Thin Aquilo & Lambert

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Artist, Heiress And Designer Gloria Vanderbilt Dies At 95

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Coastal Dusk Amparo
Frank's Song Coconut Records & Woody Jackson

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For Santana, 'Africa Speaks' Album Is About 'Manifesting Divine Voodoo'

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Luna Hechicera Santana, Buika et. al.
Hello, Anxiety Phum Viphurit
Planquadrat Abfahrt Hinwil
I Am the Resurrection The Stone Roses
Moon, the Sky Thunderball
Love Is Like a Heat Wave Martha and the Vandellas
Walking in the Rain Flash and the Pan
Winging It Lazerbeak
Teenage Birdsong Four Tet
Maerdream Pulshar
White Frank Ocean
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