Autism May Be Detectable In Blood
24July

Autism May Be Detectable In Blood

By Jared Davis

Scientists say they can predict with near perfect accuracy whether or not a child has autism from a blood sample. Original article first published in DailyScoop.com on March 16th, 2017 written by Shaun Heasley Using an algorithm to assess

New Study Casts Doubt on Current "Despair" Models of Addiction
05June

New Study Casts Doubt on Current "Despair"...

By Jared Davis

The recent Hari/Hart/Lewis hypothesis that addiction is not primarily metabolic or genetic, but rather the result of "despair" or "sociological conditions" or "flawed learning," takes a major hit in a new report appearing in The National Bu

New Study Casts Doubt on Current Despair Models of Addiction
04June

New Study Casts Doubt on Current Despair Models of Addiction

By Jessica Benson

The recent Hari/Hart/Lewis hypothesis that addiction is not primarily metabolic or genetic, but rather the result of "despair" or "sociological conditions" or "flawed learning," takes a major hit in a new report appearing in The National Bu

Is Addiction Lurking in Your Medicine Cabinet?
29May

Is Addiction Lurking in Your Medicine Cabinet?

By Jessica Benson

As a result of a raging opioid epidemic, many people have become aware of the dangers of prescription painkillers like hydrocodone (Vicodin) and oxycodone (OxyContin). But there are several other medicines commonly found in the medicine cab