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Risks, acute use Overdose, death
Risks, chronic use Dropping out—school, college—loss of job, crime
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club drugAny 'recreational' drug–eg Ecstasy, Herbal Ecstasy, Rohypnol, GHB, Ketamine, LSD, widely used by high school and college students, young adults who frequent night clubs and all-night rave parties Risks, chronic use Dropping out–school, college, loss of job, crime
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club drug(klŭb drŭg)
A drug of abuse (e.g., ecstasy) that is typically used by most or all members of a social gathering rather than in solitude.
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A colloquial term for a drug used for its euphoric or intoxicating effects at a party, rave, nightclub, or bar. Such drugs include ecstasy, gamma hydroxybutyrate, ketamine, and rohypnol.
See also: drug
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