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Denver just became the first city in the US to decriminalize magic mushrooms. Here’s what they do to your body and mind.
Mushroom's active ingredient is a drug called psilocybin, which has the potential to address conditions like anxiety and depression.
Evidence is mounting that psychedelic drugs can help treat diseases. Here are the most promising uses.
There's been a resurgence of interest in psychedelic drugs' potential to treat conditions like depression. Research is beginning to yield new treatments.
Facebook’s effort to stop suicides by monitoring your posts reveals a worrisome gap between tech giants and healthcare experts
Facebook has a suicide-monitoring tool that has dispatched emergency responders more than 3,500 times. But we don't know how well it works, experts say.
The Netflix show ‘13 Reasons Why’ was just tied to an uptick in youth suicides. Experts have been sounding the alarm for years.
The Netflix series "13 Reasons Why" was tied to an uptick in suicides among young Americans. Experts have warned the show sends a dangerous message.
From migraines to skin conditions, here are some of the physical symptoms of depression you could be experiencing.
Tim Ferriss just helped launch the world’s first research center dedicated to turning psychedelics into medicines
The research hub opens Friday with funds from Tim Ferriss. Scientists will explore the drugs' potential to treat mental illnesses like depression.
Some psychologists recommend writing daily gratitude lists to break up depression and improve your happiness.
‘I sleep all the time, because it’s the closest thing to death’: Simone Biles talks about facing depression after sexual abuse
Olympic gymnast Simone Biles spoke to Priyana Chopra Jonas about the depression she faced after being sexually abused by Larry Nassar.
Depression among Gen Z is skyrocketing — a troubling mental-health trend that could affect the rest of their lives
More young people are having depressive episodes, and it could spell trouble for years to come. Psychologists say there's more we could be doing.
Unlike the depression drugs available for decades, neither of the two new drugs is a pill. One is a nasal spray; the latest is an injection made by Sage.