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Drugs, Sacraments or Medicine? Psychedelic Churches Blur the Line The New York Times

2024-05-15T19:57:55+00:00

Not surprisingly, turning down the default mode network is correlated with improved mood. The combination of having one’s usual negative thoughts decreased, plus having new nerve growth and connections likely plays a powerful role in changing negative habits and patterns. Depression is a growing health concern, affecting 320 million people [...]

Drugs, Sacraments or Medicine? Psychedelic Churches Blur the Line The New York Times2024-05-15T19:57:55+00:00

Art Therapy: Definition, Types, Techniques, and Efficacy

2024-05-16T19:18:23+00:00

When we say distraction, we are referring to your ability to shift your focus from the urge to use substances to release your energy in another, healthier way. Distraction is not always effective or desirable; for example, distracting yourself with TV every time you’re stressed isn’t productive and can actually [...]

Art Therapy: Definition, Types, Techniques, and Efficacy2024-05-16T19:18:23+00:00

Infectious Diseases and Injection Drug Use: Public Health Burden and Response The Journal of Infectious Diseases

2024-05-23T12:17:50+00:00

Starting in 2020, NSDUH conducted both face-to-face household interviews and web-based interviews. NSDUH is representative of persons aged 12 and older in the civilian noninstitutionalized population of the United States and in each state and the District of Columbia. Persons excluded from the survey include individuals experiencing homelessness who do [...]

Infectious Diseases and Injection Drug Use: Public Health Burden and Response The Journal of Infectious Diseases2024-05-23T12:17:50+00:00
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