Author: Hayden Herald

Apple Is Definitely Getting Into The Electric Car Market With Its Latest Hire

For a long while now there has been a lot talk about Apple’s involvement in the electric vehicle market as to its development of the self-driving systems for electric vehicles(EV) but now it appears that Apple will be developing a complete electric autonomous vehicle.   Apple’s hiring of Michael Schwekutsch, former VP

New Drug Could Help Postpartum Depression—If You Can Afford It

Feelings of sadness are quite common for new mothers, just after giving birth, in a phenomenon known as postpartum depression. While some also report these feelings while still pregnant, the condition is categorized by overwhelming emotions of anxiety, sadness, panic, frustration, and hopelessness, typically after giving birth.  Fortunately, the common condition is

Could A Common ADHD Medication Increase Psychosis Risk in Younger Patients?

ADHD medications are on the rise, particularly among teens and young adults, and that is something of great concern.  The latest data shows that some medications used to treat this condition could cause extreme side effects in some younger patients.  These symptoms could include things like delusions, hallucinations, paranoia, and hearing voices.  

Diet is No Substitute for Depression Medication (But It Could Help Prevent It)

If depression medications operate on the function that the body is simply not making the right balance of neurotransmitters, it should make sense that nutritional intervention should help correct that imbalance, right? Well, apparently that is not the case.  A new study testifies that dietary changes and nutritional supplementation are

Serious Infection During Pregnancy Can Increase Fetal Autism and Depression Development Risk, Study Says

Pregnant women who have severe infections while carrying their child have an increased natal risk for autism spectrum disorder and depression. This the alarming result of a new study that suggests serious infections—like sepsis, pneumonia, and even the flu—during pregnancy, can have a profound impact on the stasis of the

Competing Pharmaceutical Firms Slash Price on Cholesterol Drug to Improve Sales

Drug companies Sanofi SA and Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc announced, early this week, that they each plan to drastically cut the US list price for their highly effective—and highly-priced—cholesterol drug Praluent.  Apparently, the drugmakers are dropping the price by as much as 60 percent for some patients, after rival Amgen Inc did