What you need to know about opioid overdose deaths and opioid overdose treatment

On Thursday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a report on the opioid overdose death toll and opioid addiction treatment options in the United States.

“This is a significant and timely update on the status of treatment options for opioid addiction in the U.S.,” the CDC said in a statement.

The report notes that overdose deaths have fallen by 50 percent since 2010, but the number of opioid overdose admissions has risen by about 1.4 million since 2010.

In addition, opioid overdose victims are being admitted to emergency rooms at a rate that is four times greater than in 2010, the report said.

The CDC’s data shows that about 6 percent of the U,S.

population suffers from opioid dependence.

About 12 percent have an opioid addiction, and the rest are experiencing symptoms such as confusion, agitation, hallucinations, tremors, insomnia, and vomiting.

In a press conference on Thursday, President Donald Trump said that the opioid crisis is “an epidemic,” but he has yet to declare a national emergency.

Trump has said that he would call for a national commission on the drug, but it is unclear whether that commission would include his administration or any other members.

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