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How Long Do Drugs Stay In Your System?
Admit it: you did the drugs, you raved all night at Burning Man, and the whole experience was otherworldly. But now you're heading back to work wondering how long those traces of those drugs will remain in your system. It's important to plan ahead for these kinds ...
18 hours ago by thx1138
The King of Atlantis - Punk - Stargate Atlantis [Archive of Our Own]
Carson assigns John a Marine and gives him strict instructions not to set foot outside his quarters.
fluff  injury  h/c  drugs  humor  p:rodney/john  pre.ship  f:sga 
yesterday by miss_speller
The Right Phenibut Dosage For Destroying Depression And Avoiding Withdrawal
This article outlines the right Phenibut dosage for destroying depression, avoiding withdrawal, the best brand, how to order, the cost and my experience.
drugs  health 
yesterday by srminton
New studies zero in on roots of depression and why ketamine reverses it | Ars Technica
Understanding the biology may help us develop more targeted therapies.
While we have a number of treatments available for clinical depression, many of them have a significant side effects, and a lot of people struggle to find a drug that they respond to. The situation is made worse by our limited understanding of the biology underlying depression. We don't know how to create targeted drugs, so most of the available treatments are blunt instruments that can take weeks to months before having an effect.
In that light, it came as a bit of a shock when we discovered a drug we'd been using recreationally and for anesthesia could lift the symptoms of depression in less than 24 hours. Unfortunately, the drug in question, ketamine, also has a collection of unpleasant side-effects, and we had no idea how it was working.
But there's been significant progress in unravelling the confusion over ketamine, with researchers identifying a ketamine derivative that tackles depression with far fewer side effects. And this week, a team of researchers at China's Zhejiang University announced that they've figured out where in the brain ketamine acts when it blocks depression, a finding that gives us significant insights into the biology of the disorder.
depression  drugs  health  science  research 
2 days ago by rgl7194

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