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‘Spice’ has sent 1,000 to the ER since the beginning of April

spice‘Spice’ has sent 1,000 to the ER since the beginning of April — More than 1,000 people from around the country have been poisoned by fake weed, called “Spice,” in the past month, the New York Times recently reported. The popular drug that mimics the effect of marijuana has killed at least one person and left two more in the ICU. However, health officials admit the death toll might be higher, but they don’t have definite numbers at this time.  (Photo: Susannah Bryan/Sun Sentinel/MCT)

 

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