People Are Putting Frog Venom Under Their Skin as a Type of Cleanse
The science behind a ritual that aims to purge your body and mind of impurities.
The Connection Between Ayahuasca, Your Stomach, and Your Mind
Could changing your gut bacteria alleviate depression and anxiety?
Everything You Need to Avoid Before You Take Ayahuasca
The truth behind those pre-Ayahuasca dietary and drug restrictions.
If AI Thinks Like a Human It May Get Depressed
A neuroscientist considers why a serotonin function in artificial intelligence could be both a help and a hindrance.
I Spent a Month Testing Comedown Cures
And absolutely tortured myself in the process.
Why the 'Happiness Hormone' Serotonin May Actually Make You Scared
The science of happiness is getting complicated.
This Australian Man's Testimony About The Alleged Long-Term Effects of Ecstasy Use Is Heartbreaking
A viral Facebook post by an Australian man named Jordy Hurdes will have you questioning what you put in your body this weekend.
A Rogue Gene Could Be Making You Act Like a Drunken Idiot
Scientists have isolated a genetic glitch which makes some people more prone to risky sex, fighting, and drunk-driving after they've had a few cocktails.
The Serotonin Levels-Depression Link Is a 'Marketing Myth,' Psychiatrist Claims
But is Big Pharma to blame?
Eating Eggs Might Make You Want to Help Poor People
It's no secret that the egg is an edible wonder, packed with many of the nutrients required for human health. But recent research suggests that a bit of egg in your diet might make you a little less of a miser, too.
Inside New Zealand's Synthetic Drug Scene
"The pioneers of drug use were looking for a particular experience, and they found it after a journey. Now you just get the destination and miss the journey."
There's a New Scientific Explanation for Seasonal Affective Disorder
As the days get darker, a protein known as SERT goes into overdrive, making you feel crappy.