Get this: you now have better odds of dying from an opioid overdose (a one in 96 chance) than on the road (one in 93). This is according to The National Safety Council, which crunched the numbers and shared them earlier in the week. The Council also found the odds of dying from an overdose were greater than the risk of death from falls, pedestrian incidents, drowning and fire.

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