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Loriann Earp cries with her husband, Justin, while viewing photos of their daughter, Ashley Long, who died Feb. 18 at age 14 after inhaling helium. "Inhaling helium starves the brain and other body organs of oxygen," said Rose Ann Soloway, a clinical toxicologist at the National Capital Poison Center. (Associated Press)

Loriann Earp cries with her husband, Justin, while viewing photos of their daughter, Ashley Long, who died Feb. 18 at age 14 after inhaling helium. "Inhaling helium starves the brain and other body organs of oxygen," said Rose Ann Soloway, a clinical toxicologist at the National Capital Poison Center. (Associated Press)

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