A new generation of drugs is making it more difficult than ever for parents to identify potential warning signs of drug abuse in children. Now, drugs are being manufactured and targeted toward kids by using bright colors and household names to disguise their harmful effects. “Bath salts,” “glass cleaner” and “Skittle parties” are the most common among these new-age drugs, and they are invading the lives of children as young as 9 years old. To help educate parents on the dangers of these new drugs, anesthesiologist Dr. Yael Varnado sat down with FoxNews.com to explain what these drugs are and how they can harm children.
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