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The Field Trip app aims to help people get some of the benefits of psychedelic-assisted therapy outside the confines of a clinic.
The benefits of MDMA therapy as a PTSD treatment appear to last for at least a year, according to a newly published paper.
An app created by a sex therapist is helping couples learn how to have better sex by exploring their own desires and discovering their partner’s.
You’ve heard about “ego death” on magic mushrooms. New research suggests psilocybin curbs part of the brain that may tie in to ego.
If you’ve been having strange dreams and poor sleep during lockdown, you’re not alone. The anxiety-inducing pandemic, less activity, and more screen-time have many more people struggling with insomnia than usual.
Digital phenotyping uses our smartphones to detect anything from Parkinson's disease to mental health disorders.
Drugs don’t just affect the user; they shape relationships too. And a pair of bioethicists thinks we should consider them for relationship enhancement.
At a growing number of “dementia villages,” staff members use reminiscence therapy to help seniors return to a time when they felt happy and safe.
Commonly known as a party drug, ketamine’s powerful effects on the brain have led doctors to further explore its medical potential. Now, the animal anesthetic is providing relief and hope for people with severe depression.