In all of our advancements as a species, the human race still struggles with its shortcomings. We’re actively working on them, but they’re still there.
Ketamine was bad enough. We don’t need another drug that’s even worse. Meet methoxetamine.
It’s a story that has played out far too often: A teenager dies of an overdose but the family is blindsided. “He never used a drug before!” says mother. Maybe – maybe not. Identifying the mental, emotional and behavioral changes drug use makes in your teens could be an essential skill to save their lives.