A New report out says that teens have found a new way to get high by drinking hand sanitizer.
The California Poison Control System reports 60 illnesses related to teens drinking hand sanitizer since 2010 from patients 13 and older.
Hand sanitizer, which has 62% ethyl alcohol, produces a potent drink that can cause alcohol poisoning.
There were also 147 cases involving children ages 6 to 12.
There were 2,180 cases of children between the ages of newborn and 5 but those ingestions are considered accidental.
The best measure parents can take is to buy the foam version instead of the gel. The gel can be manipulated to separate out the alcohol. The foam version cannot.