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Inhalant Use and Delinquent Behaviors among Young Adolescents: The NSDUH Report, March 17, 2005
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Information from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health was used to correlate inhalant use with delinquent behaviors such as (a) serious fighting at school or work, (b) taking part in a fight where a group of friends fought against another group, (c) attacking persons with the intent to seriously hurt them, (d) stealing or trying to steal something worth more than $50, (e) selling illegal drugs, or (f) carrying a handgun. Youth who used inhalants were much more likely than other youth to be involved in serious fights and to use other illicit drugs.
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