Low Levels Of "Love Hormone," Oxytocin, In Kids Linked To Substance Abuse Later On, University of Adelaide Study
3/24/2014 7:14:10 AM
Who can forget the adorable prairie voles whose male vasopressin levels beget such wonderfully enduring pair bonds of holy monogamy? Since Helen Fisher's work last decade, the so-called "science of love" has truly alarmed gestaltists by reducing man to machine — one whose basic instincts may be adjusted like an oil change or wheel balancing. Now, scientists say levels of another “love hormone” — oxytocin — in early childhood might influence later health as an adult.
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