Study: Cocaine found on 92 percent of baby changing tables
LONDON, ENGLAND (BDCi) – Researchers in the UK say they found traces of cocaine on 92 percent of public baby changing tables.
The study was conducted by journalists from Real Radio, a station in North West England, the Huffington Post reports.
They used specialized wipes to test changing tables in shopping centers, hospitals, churches, supermarkets and department stores, among other places.
The research was prompted by a recent announcement that the UK is the cocaine capital of Europe, the Post says.
By: Natania Levine
20 December 2011
12:17 p.m P.S.T