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  • 5 Behind The Counter Items Used for Making Meth

    "Breaking Bad" fans know why these five items are locked behind the drugstore counter. As Walter White says, "Your best course is to tread lightly."
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    CVS pharmacies announced Friday that it is <a href="https://www.facebook.com/CVS/posts/10151759117948116"target="external">reversing </a>its short-lived policy that required customers in New England to show ID to purchase nail polish remover, which contains acetone and iodine -- two staple ingredients used in meth labs.
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  • 5 Behind The Counter Items Used for Making Meth

    The Patriot Act imposes limits and requires an ID for cold medicines with the ingredient pseudoephedrine because they can be used to cook up methamphetamine.
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  • 5 Behind The Counter Items Used for Making Meth

    Nasal decongestants that contain a variation of pseudoephedrine get the cigarette-and-booze lockdown treatment because they, too, can be used to make meth.
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  • 5 Behind The Counter Items Used for Making Meth

    Any asthma meds that contain ephedrine -- both prescription and nonprescription -- can be added to a meth recipe, so they, too, stay protected behind the counter.
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  • 5 Behind The Counter Items Used for Making Meth

    Some stores keep baby formula under lock and key because it's an attractive target for shoplifters who can use it to cut drugs.
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