Psilocybin and magic mushrooms, effects and risks

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Psilocybin and magic mushrooms, effects and risks

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Curiosity Daily Podcast: Magic Addiction Fix, Parkinson’s Detection, Wind Turbines

Today we talk about how psilocybin from magic mushrooms can help those struggling with alcohol addiction, a new device that can detect Parkinson’s disease from breathing patterns, and how we can recycle wind turbines.

October 20, 2022

Today we talk about how psilocybin from magic mushrooms can help those struggling with alcohol addiction, a new device that can detect Parkinson’s disease from breathing patterns, and how we can recycle wind turbines.

Magic Addiction Fix

Parkinson’s Detection

  • “Artificial intelligence model can detect Parkinson's from breathing patterns, researchers show” by ScienceDaily
  • “Artificial intelligence-enabled detection and assessment of Parkinson’s disease using nocturnal breathing signals” by Yuzhe Yang, Yuan Yuan, Guo Zhang, Hao Wang, Ying-Cong Chen, Yingcheng Liu, Christopher G. Tarolli, Daniel Crepeau, Jan Bukartyk, Mithri R. Junna, Aleksandar Videnovic, Terry D. Ellis, Melissa C. Lipford, Ray Dorsey & Dina Katabi

Wind Turbines

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