Understanding Inhalants / Educational Documentary Video From the public domain. If you thought the only drugs endangering young people are found on street corners, think again. Some of the most lethal drugs are items you probably have around your house or that they can buy at a nearby store. From nail polish remover to spray paint, there are lots of items that kids and ***s turn to for that Household High. Inhalant abuse is growing. Kids think it is harmless, but they could die from just one high. One young man learned the hard way one inhalant use can change a life forever. He's in prison because of tragic consequences that happened when he used inhalants while behind-the-wheel of his car. Learn how to identify the signs of a household high, see what items people use to get the buzz, discover the dangers that can be associated with just one use, and learn the best ways to teach both adults and children about inhalants. Also, see how coalitions can educate people in their communities to help them realize the dangers of drugs don't just lurk on street corners. Learning Objectives: Learn how to identify the signs of inhalant use, See what items are huffed. Find out the danger of just one use. Hear about the best ways to talk to both children and adults.
Administering Medications: Topical, Suppository and Inhalant Medicatoins To Purchase the FULL DVD, please go to: www.heatinc.ca Overview: This program will present techniques for the administration of topical medications, suppositories and inhalants. Product Information 19:13 | 2010 For More info on the full DVD, please contact : HEAT INC 416 538 9898 email@example.com
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Inhalant Abuse: First Time Public information film from 1995, warning about the dangers of "solvent" (inhalant) abuse and advising viewers to pick up a Government leaflet that was being circulated at the time.
***ager Use / Abuse of Inhalants -- Educational PSA Video ***ager Use / Abuse of Inhalants -- Educational PSA Video. Most parents are in the dark regarding the popularity and dangers of inhalant use. But children are quickly discovering that common household products are inexpensive to obtain, easy to hide and the easiest way to get high. According to national surveys, inhaling dangerous products is becoming one of the most widespread problems in the country. It is as popular as marijuana with young people. More than a million people used inhalants to get high just last year. By the time a student reaches the 8th grade, one in five will have used inhalants. What is inhalant use? Inhalant use refers to the intentional breathing of gas or vapors with the purpose of reaching a high. Inhalants are legal, everyday products which have a useful purpose, but can be misused. You're probably familiar with many of these substances -- paint, glue and others. But you probably don't know that there are more than 1000 products that are very dangerous when inhaled -- things like typewriter correction fluid, air-conditioning refrigerant, felt tip markers, spray paint, air freshener, butane and even cooking spray. See Products Abused as Inhalants for more details. Who is at risk? Inhalants are an equal opportunity method of substance abuse. Statistics show that young, white males have the highest usage rates. Hispanic and American Indian populations also show high rates of usage. See Characteristics of Users and Signs of an Inhalant User for ...
Inhalant Abuse Prevention Public Service Announcement - Inhalant Abuse Prevention
Inhalants PSA Dont Do Inhalants....or you'll Pay!
Inhalant Abuse - Public Service Announcement This video describes inhalant abuse among adolescents and ***s. It describes the prevalence and short and long term effects of abusing inhalants. In addition, it explains the need for health care providers and parents to be actively involved in educating the young about the seriousness of abusing common household products. The creative minds behind the video are 2nd year professional pharmacy students at Northeastern University School of Pharmacy, Therapeutics with Self Care Emphasis course.
A Parent's Warning on the Dangers of Inhalant Abuse - VNR This is a Video News Release (VNR) regarding the dangers of inhalant abuse. The VNR was produced alongside the National Inhalant Prevention Coalition and distributed to various news stations across the country. For more information, please visit: www.nida.nih.gov
Mike collapses using inhalants - huffing in the park Video of kids filming themselves in a park using inhalants. One of the boys doesn't leave the park.
Inhalant Consequences WEBSITE: Two students act out the potentially fatal consequences of a first try of inhalant abuse.
Abuse of Inhalants Like many, this is a project for school. Its on inhalants...hence the title!
Silence - inhalant abuse 1 in 5 kids will sniff household products to get high. Sniffing inhalants can kill you, even the first time. Learn more at
Fairfax County's ***s and Inhalants Do You Know The Facts? The 2008 Fairfax County Youth Survey found that inhalant use (sniffing or breathing aerosol or other gases to get high) is the second most common drug behavior for 6th and 8th graders. This video identifies some of the most common household items used as inhalants, signs to look for if you suspect inhalant use, as well as some possible solutions. For more information, visit: www.fairfaxcounty.gov .Please note: Fairfax County is not responsible for the content provided on "related" and "promoted" videos that are accessible from this county's YouTube channel. All viewers should note that these related videos and comments expressed on them do not reflect the opinions and position of the Fairfax County government or its officers and employees.
Inhalants PSA Chelsea Lewis
Healthbeat - ***s & Inhalants A new study finds ***s are turning more and more to common household items to get high. Doctor Barry Ramo explains which inhalants are most dangerous.
Inhalants Many parents are surprised to learn how early inhalant abuse starts, and that it is one of the most dangerous forms of substance abuse. Dr. Richard Falzone is a Child & Adolescent psychiatrist specializing in substance abuse.
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The Dangers of Inhalant Abuse - :60 PSA This is an educational PSA regarding the dangers of inhalant abuse. The PSA was produced alongside the National Inhalant Prevention Coalition. For more information, please visit: www.nida.nih.gov
Is It A Good Idea To Microwave Ammonia Inhalants? BONUS VIDEO -- bit.ly T-Shirts ----- bit.ly Experiment #265: Ammonia Inhalants The guys are getting kind of sleepy on the set... and what better way to quickly wake them up than with some ammonia inhalant smelling salts! But first, let's microwave them! So, you're probably wondering, Is It A Good Idea To Microwave This? Tune in to find out. Twice a week, microwave specialist Jory Caron and his team, microwave different objects... so you don't have to! The "Jory Caron Microwave Laboratory 3.1" is a state-of-the-art facility equipped with tinfoil shielding, a ventilation system, emergency surge protectors, safety masks, and many ***y microwaves. New episodes every Monday & Wednesday! +++++++++++++++++++++++ Thanks to Michael Yasko Jr. for donating the ammonia inhalants! +++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++ Related Videos +++++ Microwave: Inhaling Ammonia -- Microwave: Mighty Putty -- Movie Night: "Social Network" + "Piranha" -- +++++ Support The Show +++++ FAQ Video - bit.ly T-Shirts ----- bit.ly ideo App ---- Live Show -- bit.ly Watch Flagged Videos -- bit.ly +++++ Connect With Us +++++ ::: Jonathan Paula ::: YouTube ---- bit.ly Twitter ------- bit.ly Facebook --- bit.ly ::: Jory Caron ::: YouTube ---- bit.ly Twitter ------- bit.ly Facebook --- bit.ly ::: Riley McIlwain ::: YouTube ---- bit.ly Twitter ------- bit.ly Facebook --- bit.ly ::: ideo Productions ::: YouTube ---- bit.ly Twitter ------- bit ...
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Inhalant Bar Forget cigars and scotch - inhalants are the new hipster vice! From the drug comedy DVD "Tales From The Tripside"
The Dangers of Inhalants / Inhalant Abuse Educational Video The Dangers of Inhalants / Inhalant Abuse Educational Video. Public Service Announcement, Courtesy of: Alliance for Consumer Education; 900 17th Street Suite 300; Washington, DC 20006; P: 202-862-3902 . WHAT IS INHALANT ABUSE?; Inhalant abuse refers to the deliberate inhalation or sniffing of common products found in homes and communities with the purpose of "getting high." Inhalants are easily accessible, legal, everyday products. When used as intended, these products have a useful purpose in our lives and enhance the quality of life, but when intentionally misused, they can be deadly. Inhalant Abuse is a lesser recognized form of substance abuse, but it is no less dangerous. Inhalants are addictive and are considered to be "gateway" drugs because children often progress from inhalants to illegal drug and alcohol abuse. The National Institute on Drug Abuse reports that one in five American ***s have used Inhalants to get high. Inhalation is referred to as huffing, sniffing, dusting or bagging and generally occurs through the nose or mouth. Huffing is when a chemically soaked rag is held to the face or stuffed in the mouth and the substance is inhaled. Sniffing can be done directly from containers, plastic bags, clothing or rags saturated with a substance or from the product directly. With Bagging, substances are sprayed or deposited into a plastic or paper bag and the vapors are inhaled. This method can result in suffocation because a bag is placed over ...
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Inhalants A project I did for health class about the dangers of inhalants.
Drowning, Spanish-language - Inhalant Abuse PSA Girls sits in her room as it fills up with water until she drowns demonstrating the affects of inhalant abuse.
New Government Data on the Problem of Inhalant Abuse New Government Data on the Problem of Inhalant Abuse... to be released this Thursday, March 17, 2011. Get the scoop right before the press conference! The National Inhalant Prevention Coalition, with support from the US Department of Health and Human Services' Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), will kick off National Inhalants and Poisons Awareness Week at a press conference on March 17—they'll be discussing disturbing new government data about the public health problem of inhalant abuse by adults. Let's all join our voices to promote awareness of this issue and encourage others that there is hope, and that help is available. SAMHSA is a public health agency within the Department of Health and Human Services. Its mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities
Inhalants PSA Inhalants PSA. From the public domain.
Inhalants Cause Car Crash Story Michael Moran tells about the night he was huffing from a can of computer duster while driving and killed 3 people who were in a car that he hit.
The Dangers of Inhalant Abuse - :30 PSA This is an educational PSA regarding the dangers of inhalant abuse. The PSA was produced alongside the National Inhalant Prevention Coalition. For more information, please visit: www.nida.nih.gov
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INHALANTS (Ana are you okay?) a VERY awesome video that we filmed for health class about the use and dangers of inhalants
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Inhalant Intervention and Addiction Help Video pt 5 Our final video on Detox, Rehab programs and Intervention Information for those with an Inhalant Addiction.
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Young Woman's Testimony On Inhalant Abuse Educational Video Young Woman's Testimony On Inhalant Abuse Educational Video. Inhalant use by 12 and 13 year olds is a marker for future drug use and delinquent behavior, according to a new report by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), released today at a press conference by the National Inhalant Prevention Coalition to kick off National Inhalants & Poisons Awareness Week. Speaker: Jessie, a young woman in treatment for inhalant abuse in Indianapolis. Inhalants affect your brain. Inhalants are substances or fumes from products such as glue or paint thinner that are sniffed or "huffed" to cause an immediate high. Because they affect your brain with much greater speed and force than many other substances, they can cause irreversible physical and mental damage before you know what's happened. Inhalants affect your heart. Inhalants starve the body of oxygen and force the heart to beat irregularly and more rapidly--that can be dangerous for your body. Inhalants damage other parts of your body. People who use inhalants can experience nausea and nosebleeds; develop liver, lung, and kidney problems; and lose their sense of hearing or smell. Chronic use can lead to muscle wasting and reduced muscle tone and strength. Inhalants can cause sudden death. Inhalants can kill you instantly. Inhalant users can die by suffocation, choking on their vomit, or having a heart attack. How can you tell if a friend is using inhalants? Sometimes it's tough to tell. But there are ...
13 ABC Action News - ***s and Inhalant Abuse This is an in-depth report by Ronnie Dahl from 13 ABC Action News in Toledo, Ohio, regarding ***s and the dangers of inhalant abuse.
Parents Whose Child Died by Inhalant Abuse Educational Video Parents Whose Child Died by Inhalant Abuse Educational Video. Inhalant use by 12 and 13 year olds is a marker for future drug use and delinquent behavior, according to a new report by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), released today at a press conference by the National Inhalant Prevention Coalition to kick off National Inhalants & Poisons Awareness Week. Speaker: Jeanette and James Smith, parents of a student who died from inhalant use in Ohio. Inhalants affect your brain. Inhalants are substances or fumes from products such as glue or paint thinner that are sniffed or "huffed" to cause an immediate high. Because they affect your brain with much greater speed and force than many other substances, they can cause irreversible physical and mental damage before you know what's happened. Inhalants affect your heart. Inhalants starve the body of oxygen and force the heart to beat irregularly and more rapidly--that can be dangerous for your body. Inhalants damage other parts of your body. People who use inhalants can experience nausea and nosebleeds; develop liver, lung, and kidney problems; and lose their sense of hearing or smell. Chronic use can lead to muscle wasting and reduced muscle tone and strength. Inhalants can cause sudden death. Inhalants can kill you instantly. Inhalant users can die by suffocation, choking on their vomit, or having a heart attack. How can you tell if a friend is using inhalants? Sometimes it's tough to tell ...
code 91 inhalants Health video made during sophmore year about inhalants. Sam Viola, Justin Wasik, Mark Naughton, and Adam Stefanek. Adam Sirvinskas is filming this amazing piece of work. The first scene was shot on a seperate day than the rest of the movie because we got arrested during the first day because some lady called the cops on us because we were walking around with airsoft guns. She thought they were real and we were holding them at each other saying "if you don't get out of the car, we'll shoot you". So two cop cars show up and they say out of the megaphone, "throw your weapons out of the car and come out of the car with your hands up" and they made us walk backwards towards them until we got in reach and they took us slammed us against the car and handcuffed us and brought us down to the station. At the time we were confused at what we did wrong, but looking back its hilarious.