Massachusetts has come up with a provocative study about opioid-related deaths, in which the authors appear to be believe that physically hard, financially insecure work is an important contributor to opioid-related deaths. Let’s dig into their analysis.
How bad is the problem of opioid-related deaths?
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health issued a report this month entitled, “Opioid-related Overdose Deaths in Massachusetts by Industry and Occupation, ...
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