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WORLD

Can women benefit from Viagra?

New York Times, Published on 21/06/2024

» It is a question that sexual medicine researchers have puzzled over since at least the late 1990s, when the Food and Drug Administration approved sildenafil, known as Viagra, for men.

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LIFE

Talk to a doctor before starting supplements

Life, Published on 05/12/2023

» DEAR DOCTORS: What is your opinion of the brain and memory supplements that we see advertised on TV? I'm also curious about other supplements, like the ones that are advertised to help with vision or for joint health. Do any really help?

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OPINION

Gen Z become masters of comedic deflection

News, Published on 30/10/2023

» 'Can we get a cute drink and snacks after this?" reads the text on a recent TikTok image of men with machine guns in army gear. It's intended to depict the attitude of young female US soldiers while storming a building in Gaza. The post, created by a Gen Zer whose popular feed abounds with Taylor Swift lip-syncs and dance videos, is captioned: "I love this trend #thedraft #war #foryou #fyp #funny."

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LIFE

Feelings of isolation post-stroke can cause depression

Life, Published on 24/10/2023

» DEAR DOCTORS: My husband had a stroke at work last spring. His colleagues recognised the symptoms and called an ambulance right away. He spent time in the hospital and is doing physical therapy. He's a lot better physically -- but lately, he's depressed. Why does that happen? My kids and I are so worried about him.

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LIFE

Gut-brain axis could play part in nervous stomach

Life, Published on 29/08/2023

» DEAR DOCTORS: Sometimes when I get nervous, my stomach will knot up and start to ache. Sometimes I even get diarrhoea, which is embarrassing. Why does that happen? Should I see a doctor? I'd like to know about any natural remedies that might help, and also any medications.

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LIFE

Abnormal sleep behaviours may require medical intervention

Life, Published on 22/08/2023

» DEAR DOCTORS: My boyfriend says that lately I've been talking in my sleep and sometimes acting out my dreams. One time I actually hit him. He says it may be something called an REM sleep behaviour disorder. This has been kind of scary, and I would like it to stop. Would going to a sleep clinic help?

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Ketamine ushers in fraught new frontier

Sunday Spotlight, Published on 12/03/2023

» For Greg Rice, ketamine was transformative. The drug, approved decades ago to sedate patients during surgery, was increasingly being used to treat mental health conditions such as his depression.

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Why do we get nightmares?

Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 02/01/2023

» Sleep is the best time of day for the body to rest and let go of things we have to face. Dreams are also commonly associated with sleep. Assuming you sleep like a regular person each night, you should have a few dreams, most of which will generally be forgotten, unless they are nightmares.

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LIFE

The importance of good sleep

Published on 09/12/2022

» Humans are like other living creatures, requiring daily basic needs such as food, shelter, clothes, and medicine. But one thing that is frequently overlooked is our sleep quality. We spend one-third of our lives sleeping; it is a necessary daily routine that we must follow from birth to death. We slept a lot while we were young. When we grow up, our brain is more aware of our surroundings, so we tend to sleep less.

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Where the culture wars play out

Sunday Spotlight, Published on 06/11/2022

» A shrinking town set among cow pastures in Brittany seems an unlikely setting for France's soul-searching over immigration and identity.