Study: Vaping pot makes for a more intense high – Newser
Hey … you want to get high? If so, you may want to consider vaping your weed, rather than smoking it. According to a study published in JAMA Network Open, the former results in “significantly greater drug effects, cognitive and psychomotor impairment, and higher blood THC concentrations” than the latter. And just how did the researchers with Johns Hopkins Behavioral Pharmacology Research Unit make this determination?
Psilocybin: The magic ingredient in psychedelic shrooms – LiveScience
This article mentions the work of Johns Hopkins psilocybin researchers Roland Griffiths and Matthew Johnson.
Religious leaders are experimenting with psychedelics for scientific purposes
The indescribable high, intense emotions, and intimate sense of self experienced under the influence of magic mushrooms are similar to another kind of trip: a religiously mystical experience. So, as science naturally muses, let’s give shrooms to deeply religious people and see what happens. That’s how [13 religious leaders] started taking psilocybin, the active ingredient in magic mushrooms, at Johns Hopkins University and New York University.
Vaping cannabis gets people higher than smoking it, study shows – Newsweek
Vaping cannabis makes users feel higher than smoking the drug, according to … research carried out at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine [that] involved 17 adults who rarely used marijuana. When participants inhaled vaporized cannabis at 25mg strength, they experienced “stronger effects” and had higher concentrations of THC in their blood when compared with those who smoked the same dose.
When addiction treatment means decades on Methadone – WYPR On Point
…according to Ken Stoller, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins Hospital who specializes in addiction psychiatry. For example, he said when Methadone is prescribed properly, there are no real long-term health risks — no more than there might be side effects with any medication. “This is one area of medicine where it seems like there’s more focus on opinion or philosophy as opposed to the science because the science is really, really clear on this,” Stoller said.
Are you suffering from ‘coronaphobia?’ – Fox5 (New York City)
Psychiatrists say coronaphobia is a new anxiety that stems from excessive fear of contracting the virus and is compounded by stress over job losses, finances and isolation. “It interferes with a person’s ability to function,” said Dr. Una McCann, a professor of psychiatry at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. “It crosses the border from a nervous nelly who is anxious about a lot of things to ‘I can’t get the things in my life done that I need to get done because of this phobia.'”
Millennials’ odds for depression rise with social media use (study) – HealthDay
[B]ecause this was an observational study, the researchers can’t say in what direction the association between depression and social media works, noted Joseph McGuire, an assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center in Baltimore. He was not involved with the study. “Is it that people who tend to be on social media more then start to feel depressed, or is it that the people who are more depressed are more withdrawn and this is their only social contact?” McGuire asked.
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