Sudden Sniffing Death Syndrome Kills With One Puff

At age 12, most kids are concerned with finding a ride to the movies and making it through middle school. Ashley Upchurch was younger -- 11 -- when she became addicted to inhaling air dusters as a way to get high. "It was a cheap high, it was instant, and it was intense," Upchurch, now 17 and sober for over two years, said today in a Washington D.C. seminar about the danger inhalants pose to children. New data released today by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration...Full Story
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