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New evidence shows that the rate of exposure to natural psychoactive drugs in the United States has increased, putting adult and child health at risk.

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Alcohol intoxication is a temporary condition that occurs when a person drinks an excess of alcohol. Learn about the signs, treatments, and risks, ...

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An experimental study shows that a single shot of ketamine helps reduce drinking cravings, particularly after the retrieval of associated reward me...

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Most medical experts agree there is very little risk of death from using marijuana alone. Read this article to learn more about the potential healt...

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Activated charcoal can reduce the toxic effects of some substances, but it only works in very specific circumstances. Here, learn about the uses an...

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DMT is the active ingredient of the hallucinogenic brew ayahuasca. New research looks into how this drug affects brain activity, altering conscious...

Addiction

A new review and meta-analysis has concluded that meditation, hypnosis, relaxation, and cognitive behavioral therapy can help reduce pain and opioi...

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New research suggests that mindfulness meditation, together with psilocybin, can improve symptoms that have a close association with depression.

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A new study looks at the number of Google searches for CBD or cannabidiol and finds that interest in CBD exceeds that in other alternative health t...

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A recent study, carried out in rats, investigates which neural pathways and neurotransmitters might play a role in impulsive behavior.

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Alcohol and many other foods and drinks can cause flare-ups for people with Crohn’s disease. Here, learn more about the relationship between alcoho...

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Data from three different studies suggest that lower brain volume and a propensity for alcohol use may have the same underlying cause: genetic fact...