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Psychedelics

Connecticut Governor Signs Bill to Give Patients Access to MDMA and Psilocybin Therapy

As a requirement for treatment, the qualified patients must reside in the state and be either a veteran, a retired first responder or a direct healthcare worker.

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Exploring How VR Could Be Used in Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapy

Technology Networks spoke with the two researchers who wrote a recent paper on how virtual reality might be incorporated into psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy.

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Psilocybin Treats Depression by Increasing the Number of Brain Connections, Study Finds

The magic mushroom compound appears to stimulate certain neurons in the brain to interconnect, an effect not seen in the brains of people on more conventional anti-depressants.

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Psilocybin Users Are Less Likely to Develop an Opioid Addiction, Study Finds

Adults who have used psilocybin at some point in their lives are 30 percent less likely to develop problems with opioid use disorder, according to a new study from researchers at Harvard University.

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Psychedelic Drug Users Are More Likely to Believe Plants and Objects Have Consciousness, Study Finds

One single psychedelic experience can change a person’s views on consciousness dramatically, to the point that they begin to attribute consciousness to more living and non-living things, according to a new study from Johns Hopkins Medicine.

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Machine Learning Algorithm Maps Psychedelic Effects to Specific Regions of the Brain

Scientists are beginning to discover which parts of the brain are responsible for certain hallucinogenic sensations, with a little help from artificial intelligence.

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Utah Governor Signs Bill to Study the Benefits of Psychedelic Therapy

Governor Spencer Cox signed the bill on Tuesday, March 22.

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Little Evidence on How Psilocybin Therapy Interacts With Existing Psychiatric Treatments, Review Finds

Ahead of Oregon's psilocybin legalization initiative, researchers at Oregon Health & Science University reviewed the evidence base for the therapeutic use of the drug.

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Oregon Psychedelics Regulator Resigns Over a Conflict of Interest

Back in November 2020, Oregon voters approved a ballot measure to legalize psilocybin mushrooms for therapy sessions.

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