Risk of ecstasy-induced brain damage appears to be overestimated for the majority of users – New research indicates that previous studies examining the brain alterations caused by ecstasy have focused on unusually heavy users, who consumed on average 720% more pills over a year than a typical user.

New research indicates that previous studies examining the brain alterations caused by ecstasy have focused on unusually heavy users. The study, which was ...

https://www.psypost.org/2018/06/risk-ecstasy-induced-brain-damage-appears-overestimated-majority-users-51540

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