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Thursday, May 31, 2012

Sniffing Out Trouble: Inhalants Can Do Permanent Damage


The article informs parents of the household products their kids may be using to get high.

According to the National Inhalant Prevention Coalition, this includes adhesives like model airplane glue and rubber cement; aerosols, including spray paint, air freshener, deodorant and computer keyboard cleaners; solvents and gases, like toxic markers, paint thinner and nail polish remover; cleaning agents like spot remover and degreaser; even food products like cooking spray and whipped dessert topping. Most are cheap and easy for kids to buy over the counter.

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