Senior staff writer, Features.
For-profit companies want psychedelics to be treated as medicine; others want them to just be legal. They'll have to learn to get along.
Resilience isn’t a trait you have; it’s something you do. And feeling negative emotions or relying on others can be part of it.
"I want to cry as I think of these triggers. Legs shaking, people swaying, fingers and toes tapping.”
But it may expose you to misinterpreted and distressing information along the way.
"I don’t have to worry any more about people potentially attacking me. That’s all floated away.”
Persistent anti-vaccination myths from Airbnb hosts are raising new questions about what the platform can do to stop them.
Our brains fill in what we can’t see—like the lower half of someone’s face—but those predictions are often incorrect.
Companies can own potentially valuable psychedelic IP without anyone even knowing if it works.
Funded in part by Tim Ferriss, the Project on Psychedelics Law and Regulation will tackle the many unanswered legal questions facing psychedelic-assisted therapy.