Not the bubble kind.
The DEA has issued a temporary ban on U.S. sales of street drugs known as “bath salts.”

Its spread has been rapid. In 2010, poison centers throughout the nation reported 303 calls from people who had ingested or inhaled the substance. In the first nine months of this year, that number jumped to 5,226.

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Not the bubble kind.

The DEA has issued a temporary ban on U.S. sales of street drugs known as “bath salts.”

Its spread has been rapid. In 2010, poison centers throughout the nation reported 303 calls from people who had ingested or inhaled the substance. In the first nine months of this year, that number jumped to 5,226.

More