BALTIMORE - If fears over alcohol or conventional drug abuse wasn't big enough for parents, now there's a growing concern over synthetic drugs.
Items like synthetic marijuana and chemicals in bath salts are the methods some teens are using to get their high, but the practice can have deadly consequences.
ABC2's Joce Sterman first brought the story Tuesday night. Dr. Fermin Barrueto, Jr. joined Megan and Charley on Good Morning Maryland at Nine to talk about the possible warning signs.
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