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Mephedrone Has Been Banned in European Union

The European Union has now banned the manufacture, marketing and use of mephedrone. The drug is similar to ecstasy and popular in the party scene with young people.
 
The drug, sometimes called meow-meow, has been connected to 37 deaths in Britain and Ireland and is already illegal in 15 European countries.
 
The drug has many negative side effects including headaches, nausea and chest pain. Mephedrone use can often cause seizures or abnormal heart rhythms that can be fatal.
 
“This drug is sold over the Internet, often behind innocent names like plant food or bath salts. Young people should not be fooled. These drugs are harmful,” said European Union Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding.

 

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