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An experimental game that triggers auditory hallucinations in both mice and humans could lead to new treatments for schizophrenia.
A new, small study in Australia suggests that oral ketamine treatment may help treat suicidal thoughts.
Google trends showed that online searches for subjects linked to boredom and loneliness jumped dramatically, according to a study.
A life-life robot dog might be an effective — or even preferable — alternative to a living therapy dog, according to a new study.
A modified ibogaine molecule could be a safer and more accessible treatment for addiction and depression than the psychedelic drug in its natural state.
A prescription-only watch that treats nightmare disorder is the latest in a growing subset of health technologies called prescription digital therapeutics.
Psilocybin therapy — a combination of traditional therapy and supervised “trips” on the magic mushroom compound — shows promise as a depression treatment.
To help combat the problem of social isolation, three Texas teens created Big & Mini, a website that sets up video chats between seniors and younger people.
The Field Trip app aims to help people get some of the benefits of psychedelic-assisted therapy outside the confines of a clinic.