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Efforts to prohibit various drugs began to be enacted in the early 20th century, though the effectiveness of such policies is debated . Deaths from drug overdoses are increasing. Between 2000 and 2014, fatal overdoses rose 137% in the United States, causing nearly half a million deaths in that period, [10] and have also been continually increasing in Australia, [11] Scotland, [12] [13] England, and Wales. [14] While prohibited drugs are generally viewed as being the most dangerous, the misuse of prescription drugs are linked to more deaths in several countries. [11] [15] Cocaine and heroin combined caused fewer deaths than prescriptions drugs in the United Kingdom in 2013, [16] [17] and fewer deaths than prescription opiates alone in the United States in 2008. [18] As of 2015 the drug most likely to cause fatal overdose in Australia was diazepam (Valium). [11] While fatal overdoses are highly associated with drugs such as opiates, cocaine and alcohol, [1] deaths from other drugs such as caffeine are extremely rare. [19]

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