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A top psychedelic scientist says ‘the climate’s looking good’ for magic mushrooms and MDMA to turn into medicines at a gathering of ...
The drugs' medical potential is hitting the world stage at Davos.
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 lead to new treatments.
A small new study has shown how MDMA could help reduce social anxiety in people with autism. The study adds to a growing body of research on how drugs such as MDMA can help with anxiety disorders. Microdosing with other drugs like LSD and ketamine has also shown positive results.
Two people are in hospital after taking drugs police are calling 'Snapchat pills.' Dangerous substances are sometimes included in ecstasy pills and pressed into shapes resembling famous logos or brands.
In a bid to strengthen their friendships, a group of middle-class women have started hosting 'brieing' parties where they take MDMA wrapped in pieces of brie.
Psychedelic drugs appear to fundamentally reorganize the brain — and they’re starting to turn into approved treatments
From magic mushrooms to ketamine, the drugs are being tested for their potential to treat an array of diseases and conditions that currently lack adequate treatments.
MDMA can help people who suffer from PTSD, according to new research — and it could be approved by 2021
MDMA, the main chemical in ecstasy pills, could help reduce the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, a new study suggests — and researchers are hopeful another trial could mean FDA approval by 2021.
What ‘Molly’ — the Silicon Valley elite’s drug of choice at sex parties — does to your brain and body
Here's what we know about what MDMA, known as Molly or Ecstasy, does to your body and brain.
Silicon Valley’s elite throw secretive, drug-fueled sex parties where young women can feel pressured to participate
In a new excerpt from her new book, "Brotopia," the Bloomberg reporter Emily Chang details the sex parties that are becoming the new norm in Silicon Valley.
A non-profit research organization has won a special distinction from the US FDA to speed its study of MDMA, or ecstasy, for medical use to treat PTSD.