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The three presenters sit at the desk, giving the introduction to the segment. A transition occurs and the narrator starts talking: "Methylenedioxymethamphetamine. Also known as molly or ecstasy, it's a growing issue in today's society that is taking the lives of many young people or leaving them damaged and broken.
Narrator: It’s usually taken illegally by many people at large gatherings such as rave parties, where it is given out in small, coloured tablets, almost like little sweets.
Narrator: Young people are especially vulnerable prey, due to the major influence of peer pressure and poor drug education.
Narrator: Typically, when taken, the user experiences the sensation of, the impression that everyone is beautiful, with not a care in the world. But the next day is an entirely different story, with teeth clenching and headaches, with a great deal of nausea and vomiting.
Narrator: In extreme cases, the user experiences hallucinations and, sometimes, death through the lack of salts in the body.
Narrator: Over the last decade, scientists have discovered a great deal more about this drug and how it can affects you. ----> (Leads into Spencer Goss’ part which interviews two scientists)
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