Law will require N.H. pharmacists to label opioids, hand out pamphlets detailing risks
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Jeanne and Jim Moser were prescribed several rounds of opioid painkillers after undergoing joint replacement surgeries in their hands, knees and hips.
Jeanne Moser said she didn’t like how the pills made her feel light-headed and nauseous. She weaned herself off them after a couple of days and put the excess painkillers in a kitchen cabinet for storage.
The East Kingston couple did not think about the pills again until years later after they learned their oldest son Adam had died of a drug overdose.