When Daniel H. Angres, 66, reads the headlines about the growing
numbers of baby boomers addicted to -- and overdosing on --
prescription pain pills, he’s grateful that he found help for his own pill
addiction 33 years ago. “I was sort of a product of the ‘60’s and ‘70’s; I
kind of did all of the stuff many folks did during those days in terms of
pot and alcohol,” Angres recalls. It wasn’t a problem, he says, until his
late 20’s or early 30’s, when chronic pain led him to take pa...