A new study reports on the self reported use of new synthetic drugs among teens and young people.
A new study confirms MDPV, a recreational drug commonly known as "bath salts", could be more addictive than methamphetamine.
Results of a new study offer compelling evidence for the first time that mephedrone, like cocaine, does have potential for abuse and addiction. “The effects of mephedrone on the brain’s reward circuits are comparable to similar doses of cocaine,” Dr. Malanga, a professor of neurology, pediatrics and psychology at UNC School of Medicine said. “As expected our research shows that mephedrone likely has significant abuse liability.”