By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Cover Story A recent article in The Los Angeles Times caught my eye. It outlined the many options available for improving our thinking and cognitive performance with pharmaceuticals, also known as “brain doping.” Coming on the heels of the Mitchell Report on sports doping, I was intrigued. People in a range of other fields are reaching for a variety of prescription medications to enhance what counts most in modern life. As the article points out, “despite the potential side . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Cover Story A recent article in The Los Angeles Times caught my eye. It outlined the many options available for improving our thinking and cognitive performance with pharmaceuticals, also known as “brain doping.” Coming on the heels of the Mitchell Report on sports doping, I was intrigued. People in a range of other fields are reaching for a variety of prescription medications to enhance what counts most in modern life. As the article points out, “despite the potential side . . .
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