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The Drug Named Molly & its Effects on Teens

Imagine this: your whole body is warm and relaxed, you feel safer than you’ve ever felt, make conversation easier than you ever have, colors are brighter, music sounds better, dancing is a uniting, pleasurable experience, water is the best thing you have ever drank and hugs and touch feel amazing - filling your heart with sincere feelings of happiness. You are surrounded by a few close friends and many strangers who quickly become your friends also.
In your mind, all you can think is…
…this is the best time I have ever had.
The best feeling I have ever felt.
This is what it is like to be “rolling” on the drug named molly. “Rolling,” a term used to describe the euphoric feelings one experiences from taking molly, represents feelings of bliss, peace, love and everything good. It’s no wonder both teenagers and adults alike are attracted to this drug. 
Molly, a slang term for MDMA high in purity in crystal or powder form, was previously used and marketed in the 1970s to help psychiatric pat…

Pre Employment Drug Testing: Benefits & Disadvantages

If you’re considering whether or not pre-employment drug testing is right for your business, you may wonder what the benefits of drug testing are, and if the benefits outweigh the disadvantages. The truth of the matter is that almost all of the disadvantages of drug testing that critics usually cite are factually inaccurate. Let’s break these arguments down.

The most popular argument against drug testing is that it is just too expensive and too time consuming because drug testing requires that additional management training and HR policies be put into place and executed before employees are drug tested. In reality, the cost of pre-employment drug testing has become so affordable these days, it usually ends up being less than $75 per applicant for specimen collection, lab analysis and review, and the reporting of results. And the time it takes to put new policies in place and conduct extra training is a very small price to pay when you compare it to the time it takes HR to bring correct…