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Jolting the brain’s circuits with electricity.

“Brain stimulation is booming… This expanding field of research is slowly revealing truths of the brain: how it works, how it malfunctions, and how electrical impulses, precisely targeted and controlled, might be used to treat psychiatric and neurological disorders.” | learn more

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Describing a medically supervised ketamine journey.

In a follow-up to a post from October where he described a visit to Nashuma’s Psychedelic Wellness Center, Daniel Zahler went back and actually tried the product. “I surrendered to the experience. For the next 60 minutes, I closed my eyes and […]

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The Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drugs Company.

“The business plan is supply chain transparency: buying drugs from wholesalers, packaging them, adding a 15% markup and selling to pharmacies, clinics and health systems. The goal, according to the website, is to produce “low-cost versions of high-cost generic drugs.”” | learn […]

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The new trend in healthcare: do-it-yourself.

“Frustrated with an overburdened health system, more consumers are turning to gadgets, home kits, apps and monitors for tasks and tests previously handled by trained medical workers. They are monitoring their own blood pressure, conducting EKGs, tracking blood sugar and […]

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The dark side of Noom.

“Like Weight Watchers, SlimFast, Jenny Craig, The Atkins Diet, and countless fads before it, Noom is the new solution to long-term weight loss that everyone is talking about.” | learn more