Have you ever seen small silver canisters discarded on the street, and wondered why someone was consuming so much whipped cream at night? Well, they're actually nitrous oxide, and teens are using them as a cheap and easy way to feel high. So how worried should parents be?
Plus, Ginni and Jo have some advice for a parent who is sick of their daughter's backchat.
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Hosts: Dr Ginni Mansberg & Jo Lamble
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Producer: Emmeline Peterson
Audio Production: Thom Lion
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