Psychedelic microdosing in rats shows beneficial effects

The growing popularity of microdosing—taking tiny amounts of psychedelic drugs to boost mood and mental acuity—is based on anecdotal reports of its benefits. Now, a study in rats by researchers at the University of California, Davis suggests microdosing can provide relief for symptoms of depression and anxiety, but also found potential negative…

Waist-to-size ratio shows the risk for many diseases

For years experts warn of too much belly fat, because it increases the risk for cardiovascular disease. According to a Brazilian study, however, are compromised of active, normal-weight men, the relationship between waist circumference and the body size is close to the normal. More and more study data suggest that…