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In an effort to curb opioid drug abuse and addiction, the Drug Enforcement Administration DEA has issued new rules that limit the accessibility of hydrocodone, putting chronic pain sufferers who rely on the drug in an impossible situation. The recent changes include the elimination of phone-in refills and a mandatory check-in with a doctor every 90 days for a refill. Create your own user feedback survey Hydrocodone is one of the most widely used drugs to fight chronic pain in the United States, serving a consumer base of about million people. Many who rely on hydrocodone suffer from debilitating chronic pain, which greatly disrupts and decreases their quality of life. Pain advocates across the country were vocal when the DEA announced these changes:
Friday, February 21, I graduated from Atholton H. I was never shot by any rubber bullets or salt pellets, as I had always heard stories of, but I did hear dogs barking, and did frequently experience very strange things while trying to get up enough nerve to go to the front door.
Geography[ edit ] The United States Postal Service defines a larger area as Brookeville than what falls within the town boundaries. This includes areas extending to the Patuxent River and the Howard County border, and including the small hamlets of Sunshine and Brighton. Areas to the north of Brookeville in Howard County and Carroll County have also experienced rapid population growth. Georgia Avenue carries a substantial volume of traffic through the town, from these areas to the north into Montgomery County and Washington, D.