Nail Polish Detects Date-Rape Drugs
A nail polish line being developed by North Carolina State University students will change colors when it touches so called date-rape drugs.
The four male students created the product aiming to prevent sexual assaults, caused after drugs like Xanax, Rohypnol or GHB are secretly slipped into womens' drinks.
The line of nail varnish is called "Undercover Colors" and is still in the development stages. The creators are trying to raise money for research and development through a Facebook page devoted to the product.
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