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Several teenagers’ deaths have law enforcement officials concerned about the next in a long line of illegal synthetic drugs: 2C-I, also known as "Smiles."
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/health/2012/09/24/latest-designer-drug-called-miles-linked-to-teen-deaths/#ixzz27ZnBPoMW
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/health/2012/09/24/latest-designer-drug-called-miles-linked-to-teen-deaths/#ixzz27Zn65SU6
"Unlike better-known hallucinogens, it has stimulating effects—meaning it carries some of the risks of meth and other uppers, like potentially fatal dehydration, arrhythmia and stroke. "Combining a psychedelic with a stimulant—it's pretty frightening. It's like taking ecstasy and LSD together," says Dr. Stratyner. But the effects are highly unpredictable when you're talking about synthetic compounds that have yet to be thoroughly researched."