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How Snorting Can Make You More Popular

DiscoblogBy Jessica RuvinskyOctober 27, 2007 1:23 AM


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Snorting restores social graces, scientists find. A nasal spray of a mind-altering antibiotic called D-cycloserine can help cure chronic shyness. People also sniff the drug (which was supposed to fight tuberculosis) to combat a crippling fear of spiders. Now if we could only cure tuberculosis...

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