‘Bath salts’ reduce communication in rat brains

One hour after taking the recreational drug MDPV, brain connectivity is lowered

bath salts, the stimulant drug

NOT FOR YOUR TUB  A group of stimulant drugs called bath salts lead to less communication between different parts of the brain in rats, a new study finds. 

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