Fact or Fib Tuesday : Studying Opioid Addictions

LUBBOCK, TX - KAMC's Monica Yantosh and Alex O'Brien try to figure out the facts from the fibs in Tuesday's health news.

Fact or fib? More than 60 percent of opioid overdose victims were diagnosed with chronic pain at some point.

Fact or fib? An opioid antidote called naloxone is safe when it's given by first responders in the field.

Fact or fib? An increase of a use of a chemical in non-stick cookware coatings is attributed to the decline in birth defects and low birth weights.

Watch the associated video to find the answers.

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