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Psychedelic Research, Kids For Cash, Diane Reeves' Brand New Bag

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Psychedelic Research, Kids For Cash, Diane Reeves' Brand New Bag

Psychedelic Research, Kids For Cash, Diane Reeves' Brand New Bag

Psychedelic Research, Kids For Cash, Diane Reeves' Brand New Bag

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A volunteer participates in LSD research in Viejas, Calif., in 1966. Researchers are continuing work with psychedelics today, despite barriers, saying there are potential medical benefits. AP hide caption

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A volunteer participates in LSD research in Viejas, Calif., in 1966. Researchers are continuing work with psychedelics today, despite barriers, saying there are potential medical benefits.

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In this week's podcast, scientists study hallucinogens, judges put kids away for a price, and jazz singer Diane Reeves releases a soulful new album.