Retailers Selling Legal High 'Time Bombs' to Kids, Doctor Says

Despite being linked to multiple deaths, powerful synthetic drugs -- from cocaine-like "bath salts" to what kids call "legal marijuana" -- are sold to teenagers legally in stores and online with little oversight, an ABC News investigation found. The investigation airs tonight on "World News with Diane Sawyer" and "20/20." The so-called legal highs first appeared on the European club scene in the mid-2000s and can be used to mimic the effects of illegal drugs. But according to experts, the side...Full Story
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