In recent years, Ecstasy, GHB and other drugs have not only inundated the club and party scenes, but have spread to schools. Just when drug and health educators and schools thought they had learned all about these drugs, a new crop of dangerous substances - New Club Drugs - have sprung up. They pose even more dangerous risks. The new drugs include Foxy - a pill that is twice as strong as Ecstasy and only costs half as much. Others include AMT, YABA, Blue Mystic and 2C-B. This program highlights each new club drug: how it works, how it affects both body and mind, who is selling them, and most importantly: the associated health hazards. Users also describe the effects of these new drugs. And we hear from the parents of a young person who died from an overdose. The resulting message is clear - kids who take new club drugs or regular club drugs are putting their lives at risk.