Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
New research indicates that people who were given controlled doses of ecstasy and magic mushrooms during post-traumatic stress disorder treatment showed more signs of improvement than those who did not take any drugs.
Students in Delhi Tell Us How the Police Violence During Anti-CAA Protests Has Affected Their Mental Health
“I feel like I’m being followed all the time.”
It will also allow police to focus their resources elsewhere, said the councilman who introduced the resolution.
White supremacist who trolled black female student body president now has to publicly advocate against hate for 2 years
He also has to make a video apology that she can release for educational purposes
"What does it feel like?"
New research may hint at a way to eliminate fear responses.
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The popular show about misanthropic narcissists understands mental illness in a way that most television shows don't.
One study found that people who repeatedly viewed footage of deadly events were more traumatized than those who had witnessed the events in real life.
"Drugs like MDMA should be the object of rigorous scientific study, and should not necessarily be demonized," one researcher said.
Complex post-traumatic stress disorder—the result of sustained abuse over time—is difficult to diagnose, making it harder for those who suffer from it to move on.