U-4 is in the same family as fentanyl, but can easily and legally be bought online and shipped to a person's home. As a result, the drug is suspected of being connected to 80 deaths in the past nine months alone, and law enforcement officers worry that if more awareness is not raised about U-4's danger, this number will rise.
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Dana Connolly, Ph.D., is a senior staff writer for Sovereign Health, where she translates current research into practical information.
Kristin Currin-Sheehan is a Sovereign Health staff writer, and her intriguing storytelling has been featured with Sovereign Health, KPBS TV/FM, FOX5 News in San Diego and NPR.
Wade Sands is the content manager for Sovereign Health. Throughout his career, he's held court on a wide range of topics, from video games and real estate to addiction and behavioral health treatment.
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