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Harm Reduction
Harm Reduction

The Hangover From MDMA Skips a Day

Can it be eliminated altogether?
Suzannah Weiss
2.9.18
Meducation
Meducation

MDMA Could Help Treat Eating Disorders

Ironic, given that people used to use it as an anorexia aid.
Natasha Preskey
2.8.18
Fighting Words
Fighting Words

Doctors Need to Stop Shaming Recreational Drug Users

People will continue to lie to their doctors until this stops.
Suzannah Weiss
11.29.17
Meducation
Meducation

Scientists Figured Out How to Recreate the Psychedelic in Shrooms

Now if they could find out how to mass produce it, psilocybin could be a powerful way to treat addiction.
Mark Hay
9.1.17
Harm Reduction
Harm Reduction

This Guy's Job is to Help People Trip Safely at Music Festivals

Drug-checking and advice, judgment-free.
Suzannah Weiss
9.1.17
psychedelics
psychedelics

Ecstasy Is Now Being Taken Seriously By the FDA

The drug just received “breakthrough” status as a treatment for severe PTSD.
Jesse Hicks
8.29.17
Harm Reduction
Harm Reduction

Drug-Checking at Festivals Isn't Meant to Stop You From Using

It could just make it significantly safer.
Madison Margolin
8.25.17
mental health
mental health

Ecstasy Could Improve Therapy by Making People More Open

Scientists are closer to figuring out how the drug helps people with PTSD.
Jesse Hicks
8.17.17
The Turn Up
The Turn Up

Sometimes Mindfulness Means Getting High at a Music Festival

Partying—in this case—is defined by meditation, booze-free dance sets, and self-help seminars.
Madison Margolin
7.28.17
Meducation
Meducation

MDMA Mimics a Genetic Disorder Called 'Cocktail Party Syndrome'

Williams syndrome is often called the opposite of autism—so researchers believe MDMA could help people on the autism spectrum.
Jennifer Latson
6.22.17
The High Life
The High Life

We're Starting to Understand How Psychedelic Flashbacks Work

At least five percent of users experience them.
Kevin Franciotti
5.19.17
Meducation
Meducation

Psychedelic Use Could Lower Suicide Risk

So reports a new study in a vulnerable population.
Daniel Oberhaus
5.1.17