Sep 6, 2013 8:50 AM by Lacey Steele
We've told you before about a dangerous new trend teens are turning to in order to get drunk.
In today's Your Healthy Family, doctors are concerned as information on smoking alcohol spreads quickly.
It's become such a concern, prevention experts are going into schools to warn kids it could kill them.
Young people are turning their dorms and basements into laboratories, all for a quick buzz.
By inhaling alcoholic vapors instead of drinking, it gets in the blood stream and heads straight to the brain faster.
Some think inhaling vapors will avoid a DUI charge, which is not true.
Others think it avoids calories.
"If you inhale the vapors or if I stick a line in you and give you alcohol through your vein, you're still going to get the calories," said Dr. Timothy Daugherty, a toxicologist.
Doctors are hoping parents will talk to their kids about the dangers this presents before this fad gets out of hand.