After six months of therapy, sex and relationships writer Sofia Barrett-Ibarria wasn’t feeling any less depressed. In fact, according to a fascinating new story she penned for The Guardian, she...
Players in the National Football League (NFL) sustain hundreds of concussions every year. One hard hit, and their brains can be sent bouncing off the interior of their skulls, potentially leading...
Researchers suspect that psilocybin — the psychedelic compound that puts the “magic” in magic mushrooms — could prove useful for treating a host of mental health problems, from depression to...
An increasing number of children in the UK are being treated by healthcare professionals for “eco-anxiety,” a growing sense of fear over climate change and impending environmental disasters, the...
A bizarre startup called Trusii is under fire for scamming its customers, a mixed bag of curious biohackers and people with medical conditions desperate for a cure. Trusii makes a $6,700 machine...
Dark Underbelly It’s easy to see why so many people — particularly kids — long to be YouTube influencers. Make a living just by posting videos of yourself on the internet? Sounds great! But popular...
When you go online to find mental health resources or information, there’s a good chance that those websites are selling your personal information to third-party advertisers. The non-profit group...
It turns out that those “Amazon FC Ambassador” accounts currently making waves on Twitter are real people who actually work for the retail giant’s fulfillment centers, according to an Amazon...
Those bizarre “Amazon FC Ambassador” accounts on Twitter are having a bit of a moment. It’s unclear whether these bizarre Twitter accounts are humans that actually work at Amazon fulfillment...
Tea Party In May, Denver, Colo., became the first city in the United States to decriminalize psilocybin, the compound that gives “magic mushrooms” their hallucinogenic properties. Now, a Denver...