Your Brain at the Moment of Death
Resuscitation expert Sam Parnia studies near death experiences—and how your brain can give you access to new dimensions of reality.
Listen to Your Body… or Don’t
What can the science of interoception teach us about diagnosing and treating mental illness?
Tune in, Turn on, Zap Out
One writer reflects on what she learned from a month of neurostimulation for depression, energy, and meditation.
Do Psychedelics Need Psychiatrists?
As psychedelic drugs are poised to join the mainstream, what is the role of the prescriber?
My Psychiatrist is a DJ
London-based startup Wavepaths is creating a new kind of music technology explicitly designed for psychedelic therapy.
Psychedelics Offer New Route to Recovery from Eating Disorders
Psilocybin, MDMA, and ketamine can lead to a new sense of self and a release from rigid rules for people with anorexia, bulimia, and binge-eating disorder.
The Big Business of Workplace Mindfulness
Corporate America is embracing mindfulness more than ever as the pandemic rages. But what do they mean by “mindfulness,” and does it work?
The Murky Past and Precision Future of Anesthesia
After 175 years, the medical art with a strange and dark history is getting a lot more precise.