The Straight Dope on What Bath Salts Do to Your Brain and Why They're Dangerous


Bath salts might seem like innocuous household luxuries, but there is a darker side that has recently been exposed.

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,

Bath salts could be to blame for a gruesome attack in Florida where police found one man eating the flesh of another man's face. The attack happened a little more than one week ago and now experts say the attacker showed behavior consistent with

I know you've probably already read a few articles about bath salts and their effects (or alleged effects, ie zombie cannibalism) so in this one we're going to get right to the point. Bath salts are dangerous for chiefly two reasons, and neither have

By now, you surely know about the impending zombie apocalypse — signaled by an incident in Miami, in which a man apparently chewed off another man's face. Police believe the man was high on bath salts at the time.

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