Digital Drugs: See How Kids May be Using Music to Get High

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From online predators to simply too much screen time, we’ve all heard about the potential dangers of the internet and our children.

But have you heard of something called ‘i-dosing’? Parents warn it’s an alarming new trend where kids could be using their i-pads and i-pods to get intoxicated.

They’re called digital drugs. They’re free — accessible — and legal. But do these beats alter the brain the same way street drugs do?

Cher Calvin explores the science behind the so-called screen substance on the KTLA News at 10 on Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013.

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