Here is the link to the Guardian article titled “LDS’s impact on the brain revealed in groundbreaking images”.
“UW Researchers Studying Health Affects Of Psychedelic Mushrooms Encouraged By Results.” Wisconsin Public Radio. Accessed November 2, 2015. http://www.wpr.org/uw-researchers-studying-health-affects-psychedelic-mushrooms-encouraged-results.
Chalabi, Mona. “Dear Mona, How Many Adults Take ADHD Drugs?” FiveThirtyEight. Accessed September 22, 2014. Presents data to show that “a growing fraction of American adults, particularly young ones, have taken ADHD medication.” Link.
Nancy Campbell, Historian of Science, and Associate Professor of Science and Technology Studies at Rensalear Polytechnic Institute co-edited with filmmakers J.P. Olson and Luke Walden The Narcotic Farm: A History of Photographs, Abrams: New York, 2008. This book is an offshoot of the 1 hour documentary film "The Narcotic Farm" completed last Fall by the two filmmakers and broadcast on various public stations over the last seven months.
The film is not available for purchase at this time, but people are encouraged to ask their local PBS station to air it. It is distributed to public TV by NETA and is available for all public TV programmers. People are asked to contact the filmmakers through the film website to find out how to preview the film.
The New York Times reports about a new fad in a rich society: mood-altering drugs for pets. Details here.
Time magazine featured as its cover story the use of antidepressants by the US military as official policy. Amphetamines had been used for similar reasons by Nazi Germany and the USA in World War II and by the American military in the Vietnam conflict. For more, see here.