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Some new information on a danger -- new teenage trend and this available this product.
And it aisles of drugstores in schools and bathrooms.
It's hands sanitized R&R -- -- talk about this during commercial about how wet pack when it.
There's so many questions what is the deal here it baffles you -- it's bizarre so here's the deal -- a few sports could equal a couple of shots of hard liquor.
Kids in California have been swallowing hand sanitize -- to get drunk for a couple years now with some.
2600 cases reported in Cali -- -- ten but now that trend is sweeping the nation.
Here's how it works quickly hand sanitize or is 62 to 65%.
Ethyl alcohol or ethanol.
Which is the main ingredient in beer wine and liquor making it 120.
They compare that to a bottle of vodka which is eighty proof.
A few swallows is all it takes to get a person toxic -- and feel the same effects as alcohol we're talking about -- speech.
And doctors say it's even possible to fall into a coma.
Now that's not enough.
Teenagers use salt to break of the alcohol from the sanitize -- to get a more powerful dose.
If you're not sure how to bring down the chemicals there are tutorial videos on the Internet describing in -- how to do it.
Some of those potion okay it's laughing as they get high and the -- of course is no laughing matter.
Doctors say long term use could lead to brain liver and kidney damage and of course still militants -- access is easy -- and there is cheap it's everywhere.
And -- pocket size bottles can be equivalent of two to three shots of hard liquor.
The director of toxicology at the USC Los Angeles county works department saying a safer option to keep around the house.
Is that the home sanitize -- adding ingesting any -- -- or we'll pose a risk of alcohol poisoning.
I think baffling sums it up -- -- -- full circle on that story -- are without thank you very much courts.
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