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Tuesday May 11st, 2021 night edition

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MDMA-assisted therapy for severe PTSD: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled phase 3 study

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This was a randomized double-blind study designed to compare the efficacy of MDMA-assisted therapy with that of placebo with therapy.

Participants were randomized in a blinded fashion and were allocated 1:1 to either the MDMA-assisted therapy group or the placebo with therapy group.

Enrolled participants underwent three 90-min preparatory sessions of therapy with a two-person therapist team in preparation for experimental sessions (Fig. »

Sony Expects PS5 Shortages Will Last Into 2022

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Sony expects to struggle to meet the demands for PS5 into 2022, according to a new report from Bloomberg.

This news comes by way of Sony chief financial officer Hiroki Totoki, who warned investors that PS5 shortages will likely continue for the foreseeable future.

The main reason Sony has struggled to meet PS5 demands has to do with a shortage of parts such as semiconductors. »

Biden hits 63 percent approval rating in new AP poll

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The 54 percent mark is the highest of any AP-NORC poll response to the question since 2017.

Biden's overall approval rating is buoyed by his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, health care and the economy, according to the poll.

Biden's approval is underwater on two issues, according to the poll: gun policy and immigration. »