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Brain doping: Can you really hack your brain? | SMART DRUGS | Documentary

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Are we losing sight of what makes us human? If popping a pill could make you smarter, wittier and increase your memory would you take it? If you were a surgeon working 20 hour days and you could take a pill that kept you performing brilliantly, would you? We are on the verge of a new kind of over-the-counter drug that could change the fabric of our society, they’re called Nootropics, or ‘smart drugs,’ and they’re globally popular both at parties and in the workplace but we are only beginning to be aware of some of the side effects.

SMART DRUGS Documentary
Director: Ann Shin
Star: Nikolas Badminton

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