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Inhalants

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Describes to young teens how inhalants, such as hair spray, gasoline, and spray paint, can cause nerve cell damage in the brain that can affect the body in many ways.

NIH Pub Number: 06-4038
Published: January 1997
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NIDA. (1997, January 1). Inhalants. Retrieved from https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/mind-over-matter/inhalants

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