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No Urine Test for Addiction by Dirk H. Patient Expert Posted Fri 02 Apr 2010 11:00am Drug wars never work. The recognition that drug wars create crime is long overdue. More than fifteen years ago, a study of the economics of street drug dealing by the Rand Corporation confirmed that most drug dealers make more money illegally than they could possibly make through any form of legitimate employment. That equation ... Read on »
Teenage Drinking? Use Alcohol Testing and Drug Testing Kits by addictiondoc Posted Fri 29 Apr 2011 11:34am Parents call me often to say they are suspicious about teenage drinking or teenage drug abuse being a problem in their home. Your gut is telling you your teen is in trouble, but whenever you confront your son or daughter you are met with… “No. of course not, how can you even think that. Don’t you trust me?”. The majority of the time, par ... Read on »
Marijuana and Strokes: Medical Reality or Scare Story? by Dirk H. Patient Expert Posted Sun 07 Apr 2013 2:18pm Heavy tokers may be at higher risk, but alcohol is the hidden confounder. Young people don’t suffer from strokes, as a rule. And when they do, at least half the time there is no obvious cardiovascular explanation. So it’s not surprising that drugs are often invoked as the culprit. A New Zealand study earlier this year once again rai ... Read on »
Prostate Cancer Foundation Announces Availability of 3 Marker Urine Test For Prostate Cancer, More Specific Than PSA Test Alone by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 25 Sep 2013 6:06pm The MiPS test as you can read in the press release combines the best of two worlds for greater accuracy and as stated will save a lot men having to go through the dreaded biopsy procedure if the doctor can determine if the tumor is low or a high risk.  Nobody like a biopsy and thus any tests with any areas of cancer like this would be greatly a ... Read on »
Urine test for autism? Hmmm by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Fri 04 Jun 2010 8:27am Following on from Lisa Jo’s well placed concerns about this study ,I also have a few. Namely the references. Not being scientifically qualified to tackle the meat of the paper I look straight at what the researcher uses to support his ideas. So far I’ve found these references the authors base their paper on: 1) Ki ... Read on »
Does Marijuana Withdrawal Matter? by Dirk H. Patient Expert Posted Fri 19 Oct 2012 2:52pm What happens to some smokers when they cut out the cannabis. People who say they are addicted to marijuana tend to exhibit a characteristic withdrawal profile. But is cannabis withdrawal, if it actually exists, significant enough to merit clinical attention? Does it lead to relapse, or continued use despite adverse circumstances? S ... Read on »
Urine Test for Autism by Mike S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 06 Jun 2010 12:00am I had hoped that the press would have learned from their experience with Andrew Wakefield and the Great MMR Hoax. Perhaps now they would be more circumspect in reporting “breakthroughs” in the science of autism. But on the evidence of recent reports in the Mail , the Express and t ... Read on »
Multiplexed Urine Test Predicts Prostate Cancer Risk in Men with Elevated PSAs by Bruce Friedman Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Aug 2011 12:00am This is follow-up to a note that I posted February 4, 2008, about a multiplexed urine test for prostate cancer (see: First Generation Multiplexed Urine Test for Prostate Cancer ). More than three years later comes news of progress concerning such a urine screening test. The test will provide information about the clinical aggressiven ... Read on »
Another possible urine test for detection of prostate cancer? by Dr. Arnon Krongrad Medical Doctor Posted Wed 02 Mar 2011 12:00am A study just published in Clinical Cancer Research suggests that levels of a protein called engrailed-2 (EN2) in urine may be indicative of risk for prostate cancer. According to the new article by Morgan et al. , they carried out initial tests by measuring the levels of EN2 in the “first-pass” urine (prior to any digital rectal ... Read on »
Another day, another doctor, another 24 urine test by Heather .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 8:57am The other day my dad came to our house, and pulled a pitcher of apple juice from the fridge. "Can I drink this? Is this juice, or a sample you're saving?" he asked. My mother looked a little appalled, and said, "It's juice, of course! What else would it be?" I, however, chuckled, and said, "In this house, mom, it never hurts to as ... Read on »