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Raves, nightclubs, bars, dances, and parties are places young people go for fun and good times. But today's fun places often carry an added dimension of danger and risk-the use of Ecstasy, Roofies, Georgia Home Boy, and Special K-all street names for club drugs. Kids are using club drugs at raves and parties to get high and young women are sometimes given the drug with the intent of date rape.
Parents know they need to talk to their kids about drugs-marijuana, cocaine, heroin-but club drugs are a dangerous and growing problem that many parents don't know about. Because the physical effects are mild in the beginning, many kids think club drugs are "fun drugs" and are harmless. One of the biggest dangers is that club drugs are created in illegal laboratories, and are often contaminated with life-threatening additives, so the user doesn't know what he or she is taking. Here's what parents should know and communicate with their kids about general risks of taking club drugs.
Remember, you don't have to know the answer to every question your kids ask. One of the most important things you can do is just to start an ongoing dialogue about drug abuse.
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