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The serotonin neuron showing serotonin and serotonin receptors.

Word of the Day: Serotonin

Sara Bellum
March 12, 2014

Have you ever noticed all the different emotions you experience in a normal day? For example, you can feel happy in the morning when you find out you passed your bio quiz, grumpy at noon when you haven’t eaten since breakfast, and then sad when the football team loses the big Homecoming game. Read More »

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Teens handing each other drugs

Is Pure MDMA Safer Than Other Drugs?

Sara Bellum
March 05, 2014

One of the biggest myths about Molly—pure MDMA—is that it’s safer than other drugs. This belief is dangerous for two reasons: Read More »

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Concert Goers Overdose on Molly

Sara Bellum
September 05, 2013

MDMA, or Molly, is suspected in the death of 2 people who attended Electric Zoo—a 3-day f Read More »

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Rap Music and Molly

Sara Bellum
April 09, 2013

NIDA stays up to date on drug use trends. Read More »

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Meet Molly: The Truth About MDMA

Sara Bellum
May 01, 2012

Recently, Madonna created some buzz when she mentioned “Molly” at Miami’s Ultra Music Festival. Madonna shouted to the audience, “How many people in the crowd have seen Molly?” Madonna was talking about the song “Have You Seen Molly?” by Cedric Gervais. Read More »

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