Some of these trends may be due, in part, to the lockdown.
A new study looks at how images of coffee's origins affect the perception of its premiumness and quality.
New study suggests the placebo effect can be as powerful as microdosing LSD.
A new study explores the therapeutic potential of the psychedelic drug ibogaine, which has been used in Africa for centuries.
The compound found in "magic mushrooms" has significant and fast-acting impact on the brains of rats.
What is more important, that a treatment helps keep people healthy or that it meshes with our morals?
There has been a dramatic increase in abuse and misuse.
New research conducted on mice suggests repeated heavy drinking causes synaptic dysfunctions that lead to anxiety.
A large-scale study from King's College London explores the link between genetics and sun-seeking behaviors.
New research conducted on the brains of mice suggest it may be possible to "switch off" particular food cravings.
Addiction is not a moral failure. It is a learning disorder, and viewing it otherwise stops communities and policy makers from the ultimate goal: harm reduction.
The 2020 study successfully removed memories associated with morphine from the brains of mice with very promising results.
How exactly is COVID-19 affecting the opioid crisis?
Attending religious service once a week found to lower risk of suicide and other “deaths of despair”
Being aware of this issue is a big first step in helping vulnerable communities (such as those struggling with addiction) combat relapse during this pandemic.
The key to raising indistractable kids is to first determine why they're distracted.
A new study on rats suggests that using marijuana as an adolescent "reprograms the initial behavioral, molecular, and epigenetic response to cocaine."
Simple tricks for hacking back your device.
This video game designer's creations have been said to work "neurological magic."
A new drug derived from scorpion venom reversed developmental damage in mice exposed to alcohol during pregnancy.
The path to sobriety isn't one that can be traveled alone, studies suggest.