'Bath Salts': Cracking Down on a Dangerous Legal High

By almost any measure, Jarrod Moody had gotten his life together. By the middle of last year, Moody, 29, had successfully kicked an addiction to the prescription painkiller Dilaudid, gotten a steady job and was preparing to move in to a new place. In August of 2010, his last random drug test came back negative. Then in September, it was as if someone "flipped a switch," says his father, John. Jarrod complained of insomnia and, when he could sleep, horrible nightmares. He began talking to...Full Story
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