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Bath Salts – There is not much scientific information regarding bath salts. However, this popular drug containes substituted cathinones. Most types contain mephedrone or methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV). They cause major changes in brain activity and can certainly cause brain cell death. Elevated stress, paranoia, anger, stimulation, etc. are all side effects from this substance. By using bath salts you are likely going to get brain damage from the excessive stimulation and inability to wind down. Additionally, there may be chemicals in this drug that you are not aware of that may kill more brain cells.
Women vs. Men: Who’s on Top in the Design Profession?
AIGA and Google’s first annual Design Census 2016, is complete. Our team at Willoughby took the results and compared female to male respondents who reported earning $15,000 or more annually at four levels along their career paths: Junior, Mid-Level, Senior and Leadership.
Scopolomine "the zombie drug" is a real drug. A mere whiff renders a person completely susceptible to suggestion. "Take me to an ATM." "Load all of the stuff from your apartment into this moving van, and tell the doorman it's alright." The CIA of course experimented with it to extract information from people.