White people, mostly.

The board of directors of Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies oversees more than $7 billion in assets

Drug trips, under controlled conditions, break down the barriers between people and bring users closer to nature

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Fewer teenagers appear to be using e-cigarettes, but the FDA and anti-nicotine crusaders see only reasons to regulate.

Photo by Christian Erfurt on Unsplash

A clinical trial using MDMA-assisted therapy to treat veterans with PTSD is coming to a veterans hospital in the Bronx

The original Bronx veterans hospital

Leading tobacco scientists call for a more balanced approach to e-cigarettes. It’s a matter of social justice, they say.

“Vaping vs. Smoking” by Vaping360 is licensed under CC BY 2.0

We need to learn more, not less, about e-cigarettes.

“Woman Vaping on Electronic Cigarette” by Vaping360 is licensed under CC BY 2.0

How a longtime crusader against the tobacco industry became its unwitting ally

Advocacy groups and their political allies want to ban flavored e-cigarettes. There are better options.

Industry-sponsored research can contribute to scientific knowledge. Conflicts of interest are everywhere.

Juul produces research, as well as e-cigarettes

It could help people suffering from trauma, people who drink too much, couples in therapy and, importantly, the rest of us.

Marc Gunther

Reporting on philanthropy, psychedelics, animal welfare, global poverty, etc. Ex-Fortune. Baseball fan. Runner. Seen in Gen, Marker, Elemental, OneZero.

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