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    Frequently Asked Questions About Inhalants  External Links Disclaimer Logo
    Also available in: Spanish  External Links Disclaimer Logo
    This page links to frequently asked questions about inhalants. Questions cover what inhalant use is, how inhalant use can be prevented, what products are used as inhalants, what the common signs of an... Details >
    National Inhalant Prevention Coalition
    A Parent's Guide to Preventing Inhalant Abuse
    This brochure gives parents a general overview of inhalant abuse among young people, including which household products are commonly abused, the health effects of inhalant abuse, how to recognize symp... Details >
    U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
    Facts on Inhalants  External Links Disclaimer Logo
    The term inhalant refers to a wide range of chemicals that can easily enter the body via inhalation and subsequent circulation. Breathing inhalants produces psychoactive and physiological effects that... Details >
    Center of Alcohol Studies
    FAQ: Inhalants  External Links Disclaimer Logo
    This page presents frequently asked questions about inhalants. Answers include information on what inhalant use is, who is at risk, what inhalants can do to the body, what to do if someone you know is... Details >
    National Latino Council on Alcohol and Tobacco Prevention
    Girl Power!: Body FX
    Information on alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, inhalants, and club drugs that is written for girls.... Details >
    U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
    Inhalant Abuse Fact Sheet  External Links Disclaimer Logo
    Commonly known among kids as "huffing," "bagging," or "sniffing," inhalant abuse is the deliberate concentration and inhalation of common products found in homes, offices, and schools to get high. Thi... Details >
    Partnership for a Drug-Free America
    Inhalant Abuse: Its Dangers Are Nothing To Sniff At
    This Research Report is based on recent studies on the use of inhalants among adolescents in the United States. Its goal is to alert the public to the widespread use of inhalants and the dangers inher... Details >
    National Institute on Drug Abuse, National Institutes of Health
    Inhalants Quiz  External Links Disclaimer Logo
    Many parents are aware of illicit drugs like marijuana and ecstasy through recent stories in the news. Unfortunately, many household products contain ingredients that kids are using to get high. Take ... Details >
    Partnership for a Drug-Free America
    Inhalants: Parenting Tips  External Links Disclaimer Logo
    This article provides steps for prevention, tips on monitoring your child, and what to do if you suspect your child may be using inhalants. Most of the steps provide links to more detailed information... Details >
    Partnership for a Drug-Free America
    Parents' Guide to Inhalants Prevention  External Links Disclaimer Logo
    One out of every five teens in America has used inhalants to get high - and inhalant abuse can begin at a very young age. The Partnership for a Drug-Free America created this special section to help p... Details >
    Partnership for a Drug-Free America
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    Drug Abuse Warning Network, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
    National Inhalant Prevention CoalitionExternal Links Disclaimer Logo

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