Gamma-Hydroxybutyric acid Essay | Student Essay

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Summary: Discusses a subject found in the contents of an article in the Newsweek magazine about the date rape drug GHB (Gamma Hydroxybutyric Acid).
After work, Patricia White went to a birthday party for her boss. While she was leaving, a colleague named Feal offered her a cup of "water" and the only thing she could remember after that was waking up naked in Feal's bed. Patricia White was drugged with GHB (Gamma Hydroxybutyric Acid) and raped.

GHB is odorless, colorless, nearly tasteless, and sometimes available in powder form, and it is hard to diagnose because it leaves the body within 12 hours after being taken. GHB is a drug that depresses the central nervous system. There are many side effects associated with the drug. The side effects range from feeling happiness, relaxation and sleepiness at low doses to possible nausea, seizures and sedation in higher doses. GHB can lead to death if mixed with alcohol or drugs. GHB has a popular name: "The Date Rape Drug." There are many distressing stories...

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