Intelligence Drugs Could Be 'Common As Coffee'

By: Justin Good - Published: Apr 19, 2007 • References: telegraph
Imagine a world where a drug more common than caffeine is used to "make people more intelligent." According to a government think-tank, these "cognitive enhancers” will be widely available within two decades. This drug, already "being bought illegally over the internet in the US", claims it will be able to "help a person think faster, relax and sleep more efficiently." In fact, a volunteer study proved that within "two hours of taking the drug, they were better at remembering strings of numbers, were less impulsive and had a better short-term memory." Stats for Intelligence Drugs Could be 'Common as Coffee' Trending: Older & Warm
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