LSD as an Antidepressant + Other Stories
As self-described wellness geeks, we spend plenty of time on the internet, tracking down new information about everything from meditation to the chemicals in our beauty products. In our weekly update, we share the best of the best with you, just in time to add them to your weekend reading list.
The New York Times
A fascinating explanation of how microdosing on LSD (and potentially other recreational drugs) could lead to better mood and increased happiness for people suffering from depression.
The New Yorker
A deep-dive into the grey area between the normal banter of our inner voices and the more sinister signs of mental illness, plus the role they each play in creativity and genius.
An expert in negotiation weighs in on when—and how—to speak up for yourself.
Domoic acid, which makes seafood unsafe to eat, is widely tested by the FDA, but scientists are still learning more about it.
From the perspective of his wife’s painful gall bladder surgery, a reporter investigates the way doctors understand pain, and how new technology could make the process more seamless.
A few helpful warnings around the popular meal plan—we were particularly disturbed by the environmental repercussions.