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Kids Using Inhalants To Get High

by The Kid's Doctor Staff

Take a look around your house. Do you have hairspray, furniture polish or air freshener?  Lock it up!  A recent study reveals children as young as 12 years old are more likely to use these products to get high than marijuana or alcohol.

DownloadedFile-1The National Inhalant Prevention Coalition  released new findings showing kids are experimenting with everyday products and inhaling them to get high.

Many of these products are accessible in a child’s home providing easy access to a quick buzz.

Parents:  be aware of what common household products are in your home.  Talk with your children and explain to them just how dangerous inhaling these liquids and sprays can be.

If you don’t think it can happen in your home, take note.  The National Institute on Drug Abuse says one in five 8th graders have tried inhalants.

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