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Inhalant are used more commonly among 8th graders than are amphetamines or cocaine


"Huffing" is a practice of inhaling volatile solvents from old rags soaked in the solvent fluid and held in the mouth


Aerosols can cause respiratory injury through exposure to surprisingly high concentrations


Euphorigenic refers to having the ability to cause feelings of depression


Freon administration can cause respiratory damage as a result of sudden cooling of the respiratory tract


Chronic toluene abuse can cause liver damage


Inhalant abuse is a harmless "phase" that occurs commonly during normal teenage development and as such is not worthy of significant concern.


The term "volatile" refers to being readily evaporated at high temperatures


Volatile inhalants can exist as liquids that vaporize at room temperatures


Nitrous oxide was first discovered by a French psychiatrist who was attempting to develop a sedative agent to treat schizophrenic patients


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