Why DEA is making a major push to help crack down on opioid painkiller abuse

A major push by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration to crack down online drug abuse has landed in the Oval Office, where it is being seen as a way to improve public health, even as a federal judge blocks its implementation.

A draft executive order signed by President Donald Trump last week aims to crack up online drug markets that have flourished amid a surge in prescription painkillers, including fentanyl and hydrocodone.

It is the latest step in a broader effort by Trump and DEA officials to address the rising epidemic.

Trump has vowed to crack the opioid problem, which has led to a surge of deaths and millions of overdoses.

“We’re going to take the drugs off the street and we’re going see what happens,” Trump said during a speech in February.

The DEA is the primary agency in the U

Heroine drug overdose deaths jump over 300% due to synthetic drug overdose

Synthetic drugs are a class of drugs that mimic natural chemicals, such as opium, in a way that can result in serious side effects, such the death of the user.

According to the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), in 2015 alone, the number of drug overdose fatalities spiked by nearly 300%.

Many of the drugs being abused on the streets of the United States include fentanyl, a fentanyl analog, which can be found in the fentanyl-like chemical compound known as “heroin”. 

The fentanyl analogs fentanyl and hydromorphone are among the most popular synthetic drugs.

These drugs are sometimes sold over the internet, but are often sold in the form of pills that look identical to heroin, which often have more powerful effects.

Fentanyl is a fentanyl analogue found in many fentanyl analogues, including hydromoroquinolones.

Hydromorphones are a synthetic drug that contains fentanyl.

These are not the same drug, but have similar effects and have similar side effects. 

Drug overdose deaths are a leading cause of death for US adults, and the number is expected to rise even more as the opioid epidemic continues to worsen. 

In 2015, there were 1,099 drug overdose death cases in the US, according to the CDC.

These figures are expected to continue to rise.

The drug overdose epidemic has already led to an increase in drug use among teenagers, and drug overdose mortality rates have been rising since the drug epidemic began.

The use of these drugs can have serious health consequences, including death.

There are more than 2,000 drug overdose related deaths in the United Kingdom every year, according the Royal College of Physicians. 

The Drug Enforcement Agency (DEa) estimates that in 2015, the US accounted for more than 3,000 deaths from synthetic drugs, which is a staggering number. 

Although the use of synthetic drugs has become more prevalent in the past few years, the increase in deaths and the increase of synthetic drug use have led to increased awareness, research, and education on the dangers of synthetic chemicals. 

If you or anyone you know needs help or is concerned about the use or abuse of synthetic substances, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).