Hair samples shows ecstasy users more stressed

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For the first time, researchers have used hair samples to measure levels of stress caused by MDMA or ecstasy use. Lead researcher Luke Downey from Swinburne University of Technology studied the health effects of light and heavy users of MDMA, also known as ecstasy, by looking at cortisol levels found in hair. Cognitive performance in

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