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What ever happened to good old fashioned glue sniffing?

CBC News reports (16 June 2005) that parents are being warned that some young teens may be inhaling computer duster products, an extremely dangerous method of getting high. "Dusting" involves inhaling compressed air from aerosol cans, specifically computer dusting products. The warning comes after four 13-year-old girls were caught inhaling the contents of a can of computer duster in a junior high washroom. Find the full story here.

Posted by Cynthia on June 17, 2005 at 11:36 AM in Inhalants, Solvents | Permalink