Closing a deceptive charity operation

MADISON, Wisconsin (WBAY) – Investigators in Wisconsin and across the country have announced that an operation that flooded people with deceptive calls and bogus fundraisers has been closed. Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul announced that the Wisconsin Department of Justice, Federal Trade Commission and officials from 37 states have put …

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Psychedelic research leaves people of color out

Research in ethnopsychopharmacology studies differences in how racial and ethnic groups respond to psychiatric drugs or pharmacology, often evaluating differences in metabolism, safety, and efficacy. As the evidence continues to grow from clinical trials quantifying the effectiveness of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy (PAP) for treating a variety of mental distress, researchers are …

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Covid-19 could decrease cognitive abilities: study

People who have recovered from Covid-19 may be suffering from significant cognitive impairment, suggested a study of more than 81,000 people in the UK who took an intelligence test online, providing a more basic scientist to anecdotal evidence from a growing number of people who declare Brain Fog “long Covid”. …

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