Was Bath Salts to Blame in Miami Zombie Attack?


The Miami cannibal attack may, if lawmakers have their way, be the final straw in the fight to making sure synthetic drugs such as bath salts and synthetic marijuana are classed alongside heroin and LSD. "Looking at the Miami incident,

The Police are blaming it on a synthetic drug called "bath salts," while the Twitterverse is blaming it on a looming zombie apocalypse. But once you finish with the jokes, look into the lives of both men and dig deeper into the city they call(ed) home,

The Police are blaming it on a synthetic drug called "bath salts," while the Twitterverse is blaming it on a looming zombie apocalypse. But once you finish with the jokes, look into the lives of both men and dig deeper into the city they call(ed) home,

To assist the press in its coverage I offer this brief bath-salts primer. I don't want to overstate its worth – any skeptical journalist with access to the scientific literature could produce such a primer in an afternoon. That the press

Alpha-PVP is one of several synthetic compounds marketed as "bath salts" and other names. Authorities say the drugs mimic the effects of potent stimulants such as cocaine. The drugs are known to cause agitation and increased heart rate and blood

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