In this March 11, 2013 file photo, Shavonne Bullock, a recovering heroin addict, holds a demonstration dose of the medication Suboxone during an appointment at the West Division Family Health Center in Chicago. Each dose is incorporated on a dissolvable film, which is placed below the tongue where is dissolves and is absorbed into the bloodstream. Suboxone helps suppress withdrawal symptoms and reduce cravings for people recovering from addiction to opioid drugs. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)

No Needle Needed: America’s Heroin Epidemic

Unlike the heroin of yesteryear, which required a needle, users nowadays can buy a powder-filled capsule that can be broken open and snorted — for just $10.