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          Household Items Your Child May Be Using to Get High

          September 27, 2006

          Parents, you might be your kids’ drug dealer. You probably think you’ve taught your child everything there is to know about drugs, but did you know they could be getting high from products in your pantry, under your sink, or in your medicine cabinet?

          The following is a list of common household items that many teens use to get high:

          • Air duster/computer cleaner
          • Fabric cleaner
          • Mouthwash
          • Nutmeg
          • Mothballs
          • Cold pills
          • A bottle of cough medicine

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