Latest MDMA Stories

2013-09-06 23:19:20

A drug resembling Ecstasy, but purer in content, named Molly has been gaining in popularity with college students and is showing up at night clubs. Those with an addiction to the new designer drugs should seek the specialized care found at a qualified detox center such as Harbor Village. Miami, Florida (PRWEB) September 06, 2013 As reported by NBC News (9/1) in their news story, Who is Molly? Dangerous drug gaining popularity with new name, that a drug resembling Ecstasy, but purer in...

2013-07-30 23:32:04

Sold as ecstasy, the tablets may contain PMA, have reportedly claimed two lives in Ireland, and are potentially implicated in others. Malibu, CA (PRWEB) July 30, 2013 The illegal substance ecstasy has enjoyed resurgence in the culture of illicit drugs recently, but startling new developments in the United Kingdom have resulted in the deaths of several young people. Local police have issued warnings for pills being sold as “green Rolexes.” Forensic analysis has shown that ecstasy pills...

2013-05-02 10:09:11

A Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) study shows a mind-body class elective for medical students helps increase their self-compassion and ability to manage thoughts and tasks more effectively. The study, published in Medical Education Online, also discusses how this innovative course may help medical students better manage stress and feel more empowered to use mind-body skills with their patients. Allison Bond, MA, a third-year medical student at BUSM, served as the paper's first...

Ecstasy Will Make You Forget It All, Literally
2012-07-27 10:09:21

redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports - Your Universe Online A new study detailing the dangers of ecstasy claims that taking just 10 pills per year can led to memory problems similar to those occurring during the earliest stages of dementia. According to Fiona Macrae of the Daily Mail, scientists from the University of Cologne studied younger people who admitted that they had taken the drug, also known by its chemical name, MDMA, in the past and planned to do again in the future. Each...

2012-07-26 10:13:03

New study finds evidence of memory impairments with 1 year of recreational use There has been significant debate in policy circles about whether governments have over-reacted to ecstasy by issuing warnings against its use and making it illegal. In the UK, David Nutt said ecstasy was less dangerous than horseback riding, which led to him being fired as the government's chief drug advisor. Others have argued that ecstasy is dangerous if you use it a lot, but brief use is safe. New...

2012-06-01 09:31:53

A leading British drug expert on Thursday said that bans on a number of drugs such as LSD and ecstasy have hindered scientific research on the human brain and slowed down progress on the development of medical treatments for brain disorders and disease. David Nutt, professor of neuropsychopharmacology at Imperial College London said the international ban on mind-altering drugs over the last half century has damaged scientific research as much as former President George W. Bush´s...

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