Zombie Apocalypse Watch: Take A Second To Call Your Mom And Make Sure She Knows That "Bath Salts" Are Not, Like, Anthropologie Bath Salts

In case you didn't know, fortunately, the "pamper-yourself" gift package that friend of the family sent you for your graduation does not contain the powerful, awesomely scary drug responsible for Miami's naked zombie who ate the homeless guy's face off which I am sure you have already discussed at work/on dates/at the… »6/02/12 3:15pm6/02/12 3:15pm


This Is Your Brain on Bath Salts: What It's Like to Do the Scary Drug du Jour

In the past 18 months, the designer drug known colloquially as "bath salts" has been touted in the media as the latest threat to melt a generation of teenagers' minds. The mass-marketed fear comes complete with anecdotal horror stories of people's behavior under the drug's influence, each more disturbing than the… »6/01/12 2:35pm6/01/12 2:35pm

There Is No Miami Zombie Apocalypse, Just Mentally Ill People With No Safety Net

Attention, internet: Enough with the zombie apocalypse meme. ENOUGH. In general, I need you to stop talking to me about zombies, vampires, werewolves, unicorns, bacon, cupcakes, Chuck Norris if that's still happening, and "I just threw up in my mouth a little bit." Stop. Make a new thing. But more specifically, please… »5/31/12 6:00pm5/31/12 6:00pm

Bath Salts Seem Like the Least Fun Drug in the World

Last night's episode of Intervention revolved around a 23-year-old man named Skyler who, for the past seven months, has been addicted to bath salts—the legal, over-the-counter substance laced with the amphetamine mephedrone that gives a high similar to coke or meth. However, bath salts, which is a relatively new »2/21/12 12:00pm2/21/12 12:00pm