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National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2009) Inhalant abuse. Bethesda, MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse.

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This series of reports simplifies the science of research findings for the educated lay public, legislators, educational groups, and practitioners.

Although many parents are appropriately concerned about illicit drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, and LSD, they often ignore the dangers posed to their children from common household products that contain volatile solvents or aerosols. Products such as glues, nail polish remover, lighter fluid, spray paints, deodorant and hair sprays, whipped cream canisters, and cleaning fluids are widely available yet far from innocuous. Many young people inhale the vapors from these sources in search of quick intoxication without being aware that using inhalants, even once, can have serious health consequences.


Item Type
Report
Publication Type
International, Report
Drug Type
Inhalents and solvents
Date
2009
Pages
8 p.
Publisher
National Institute on Drug Abuse
Corporate Creators
National Institute on Drug Abuse
Place of Publication
Bethesda, MD
Edition
revised ed.
EndNote
Accession Number
HRB (Electronic Only)

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