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Ecstasy can harm the brains of first-time users

...fects of low doses of the recreational drug in new ecstasy users. The findings were presented today at the an... relative decrease in verbal memory performance in ecstasy users compared to non-users.? Ecstasy is an illegal drug that acts as a stimulant and psychedelic....

Chemists identify immune system mechanism for methamphetamine binges

...pps. Other drugs of abuse, including nicotine and ecstasy (which is structurally similar to methamphetamine), might share a similar mechanism of action involving immune system recognition and a consequent rise in tolerance to the drug, Janda and his associates theorize. Tolerance refers to the capacity to h...

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