A new study on MDMA, or "Ecstasy," and PTSD patients shows the potency of powerful new treatments based on psychedelic drugs.
A private non-profit research group seeking to conduct a final phase of clinical trials of MDMA, the main ingredient in the recreational drug ecstasy, got a major boost from Silicon Valley and Wall Street donors.
"Wastewater analysis has demonstrated its utility over the last decade as an important new drug monitoring tool," said Alexis Goosdeel from the European Union's drugs agency.
The study involved almost 800 people who were going to parties in New York City.
Customers at McDonald's and Jimmy John's may have consumed sweet tea laced with drugs. In one case, the drugs were allegedly still in the bag.
There has been an influx of ecstasy into Australia and New Zealand.
Recently, researchers have been looking at how the pure form of MDMA can be used in therapy to treat mental health problems.
More than a dozen sailor's from the Japan-stationed Ronald Reagan aircraft carrie's nuclear reactor department were involved in the organization.
More than a dozen arrests were made before the "Holy Ship!" party cruise embarked from Port Canaveral.
"She was like, 'One day you're not going to be able to have babies. You can't do this. You're going to ruin yourself.'"
Discovery that octopuses react in same way to drug as humans indicates there is an ancient evolutionary pathway promoting social behavior.
The drug has also been eyed to treat depression and PTSD.
This comes after the Food and Drug Administration designated MDMA as a "breakthrough therapy."
Study also found that purity testing at music festivals can curb use of adulterated drugs.
The warning comes after three 12-year-olds in the U.K. swallowed pills with soft drinks.
Law enforcement and advocacy groups say "molly" has become nothing more than a marketing term.
The report has found that people are far more likely to overdose from alcohol than from smoking cannabis.
Police are investigating why the MDMA caused symptoms consistent with overdoses.
The singer pleaded no contest to felony Ecstasy possession after he slipped a woman the drug on a date