Although we're all aware of the risks that come with taking illegal drugs, often they're not enough to put you off, no matter how much you know they should.
Earlier today, the Global Drug Survey 2016 released findings after it polled 50,000 ecstasy users and found that much stronger pills and powders are now in circulation. This means it's fair to say the risks are now greater as it's now much easier for users to unknowingly take too much.
Dr Adam Winstock, from the Global Drug Survey, told Newsbeat: "2016 might be the worst time to start taking MDMA in a generation."
But are the warnings enough to make people stop?