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Cyber High: How teens use the computer to get high

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(WOIO) - There's a chilling new way your teenager can get high, but it's not from using anything they could access from your medicine or liquor cabinets.

Instead, it's something most families use every day - the home computer.

19 Action News shows you how they're doing it and exactly what it's doing to their brains.

Watch our warning for parents about the perfectly legal way kids are getting "Cyber High."

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