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Methamphetamine-baby problems start to impact schools

By ~lostgurl~, Aug 27, 2008 | Updated: Aug 27, 2008 | |
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    4 mins
    13 August 2008
    Sunrise, TV3 (NZ)

    We have been talking about the effects of P for a while now, but a new problem is emerging. Six Waikato school principals have met to discuss the problem of P addicted children entering the school system. They describe kids as young as five being uncontrollably violent and unable to communicate.

    It is a problem our next guest knows only too well; Dr Trecia Wouldes is a senior lecturer in clinical psychiatry at the Auckland medical school. She also heads the New Zealand end of a worldwide multi-disciplinary study into the effects of methamphetamine on young children.
    She spoke to Sunrise.

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