Warnings over nitrous oxide harms

“Nangs” now rescheduled with restrictions introduced in some states, as experts warn of serious risks for the increasingly popular drug With nitrous oxide reclassified as a Schedule 6 poison from 1 October, product labels must now contain warnings and safety directions—but some experts are warning this is not enough. The TGA’s final decision to amend

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