Treatments for depression have significantly improved since the 1980s. So why isn't the rate of depression decreasing?
A small, Seattle-based study will look to see if the psychedelic can alleviate the pandemic’s mental health impact.
Experiencing too much pleasure and not enough pain may yield counterintuitive consequences.
Our brains might be flooded with the hallucinogen DMT as we die, leading to vivid dreams.
Research shows that psilocybin leads people away from materialism and toward transcendentalism. Apparently, mushrooms teach metaphysics.
The two-year pilot program will be a test of harm reduction strategies.
A mouthwash solution containing ferumoxytol and a dye could treat, prevent, and diagnose tooth decay, according to UPenn researchers.
Our moral attitudes about sex and drugs share a genetic basis, suggests a recent study that examined the attitudes of more than 5,000 twins.
Prozac is a widely used antidepressant. Data indicates that the drug could be used to prevent blindness due to macular degeneration.
Marijuana use among college students in 2020 reached levels not seen since the 1980s.
Some of these trends may be due, in part, to the lockdown.
Some scientists believe that DMT could revolutionize the treatment of depression.
Psychedelics have been shown to help reduce depression. This study may show us why.
Theoretical physicist Geoffrey West explains the science behind a unique hypothesis.
The treatment is here, but are we ready?
A small percentage of people who consume psychedelics experience strange lingering effects, sometimes years after they took the drug.
Cannabidiol (CBD) seems to reduce the unpleasantness of pain, a finding that surprised the researchers behind a new, first-of-its-kind study.
Of the world's 300 honey varieties, none is stranger and more dangerous than mad honey.
Two different studies provide further evidence of the efficacy of psychedelics in treating depression.
Growing marijuana in large, climate controlled warehouses is good for production but has a massive carbon footprint.
New study suggests the placebo effect can be as powerful as microdosing LSD.
As a new industry emerges, therapists need to be educated.
Scientists use new methods to discover what's inside drug containers used by ancient Mayan people.
Traces of heroin and cocaine have been found in the tartar of 19th-century Dutch farmers.