What is ecstasy?
A type of amphetamine (such as methamphetamine) that has some hallucinogenic properties.
Are ecstasy tablets sold on the street truly ecstasy?
Most ecstasy sold on the street is typically not ecstasy but methamphetamine.
Has ecstasy abuse been associated with chronic neurological problems?
A recent study suggested that chronic users have brain changes, memory deficits and inability to learn new tasks.
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