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Sunday, September 15, 2013
The seemingly innocent name is now in the headlines of every newspaper, but the drug known as Molly is nothing new to many of us who have recently graduated.
We have seen a distinct correlation between the increase in popularity of electronic and house music and the increase in the use of this drug. This is partly due to the expected euphoric feeling and Molly’s reputation for being as innocent as its name might imply. Unfortunately, recent deaths have uncovered the misfortunes that can occur when using the popular drug.
The use of Molly has almost become an expectation for concert-goers, giving the electronic genre of music a negative reputation. Like alcohol, it has become a pregame essential.
Users of the drug want to maximize their enjoyment, increase stamina and join the crowd. However, especially when mixed with other drugs and alcohol, Molly can cause a user’s body to surpass biological boundaries, resulting in kidney and heart failure. Educating the public on the dangers and side effects of the drug is the only way to reduce hospitalization and deaths.
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