Kansas is one of the primary breadbasket states in the US, using almost 90% of its land for agriculture. Kansas also represents the middle of the contiguous United States, marked with a limestone shaft outside the city of Lebanon. Alcohol use in Kansas follows the national average fairly closely over the years. Unfortunately, the opioid epidemic hit Kansas harder than the rest of the country on average. The addictive nature of prescription opioids can take advantage of anyone trying to treat pain. If you need help for any kind of use disorder, you can find it at a qualified treatment facility.
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