Yet another study shows the potential efficacy of psychedelics in treating addiction.
- MDMA could help alcoholics break their addiction (and not relapse) suggests a new study in the UK.
- Ketamine became the first FDA-sanctioned psychedelic for use in treating depression earlier this year.
- The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) organization hopes to have legally prescribed MDMA on the shelves by 2021.
Part Two of an interview with Dr. John Ratey.
- Harvard Medical School professor John Ratey says diet and exercise are both needed for optimal brain and body health.
- Ratey believes meat alternatives will be helpful in the future, but the science is not there yet.
- He also advises exercise as a necessary component of addiction recovery.
Try not to think about your hands. Now enjoy a few minutes of not being able to stop thinking about them.
- The "white bear problem" describes that situation in which we can't stop thinking about something no matter how hard we try.
- Your mental process at such times pits two parts of your brain against each other.
- Research support a few ways to exit this maddening hamster wheel.
The remarkable distributed nervous system of the octopus is discussed at an astrobiology conference.
- Unlike vertebrates, two-thirds of an octopus' neurons are in its tentacles.
- Tentacles respond to the surrounding environment without help from the head's brain.
- If something this weird is here on our own Earth, what could be out there in space?
Think adrenaline leaves you unable to think clearly? Think again.