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29 April 2015, 07:55 | Updated: 30 March 2016, 13:50
Health bosses in Birmingham have told Capital more needs to be done to stop young people thinking legal highs like laughing gas aren't dangerous.
It's after warnings that more young people are taking nitrous oxdie through balloons.
West Brom footballer Saido Berahino and Villa's Jack Grealish have been pictured doing it - leading to concerns it'll encourage more to use it.
Ricky Bhandal's from Birmingham City Council's Public Health team.
He said: "It's the misuse of the drug that's actually having a knock on effect.
"There's not enough long term research in terms of death and how they're being recorded at the same time."