If you're looking for an easy high...just go swimming in one of Minnesota's 10,000 lakes!

According to an article from the Minneapolis Star Tribune, water contamination in even isolated lakes in Minnesota is no longer uncommon. Scientists discovered traces of cocaine, antidepressants, and the insect repellent DEET in almost all of the 50 lakes they tested in the 'Land of 10,000 Lakes'.

It's not entirely known how these drugs are contaminating the water, though one scientist suggests that they could be travelling to these remote lakes by air.

You can read more, via the Minneapolis Star Tribune's article, HERE