Health insurance often skips coverage for sex-related prescriptions

This story is from Kaiser Health News For some older people, the joy of sex may be tempered by financial concerns: Can they afford the medications they need to improve their experience between the sheets? Medicare and many private insurers don’t cover drugs that are prescribed to treat problems people have engaging in sex. Recent developments, including the approval of […]

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The Pioneer Woman Is Opening an Ice Cream Shop in Her Oklahoma Town

It’s no secret that Ree Drummond, the Pioneer Woman herself, is an extremely busy person. She’s on our televisions all hours of the day, she owns a food and lodging compound in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, and she has her kids and their billions of homeschooled farm friends to feed every day, never mind her perpetually ravenous rancher husband. But Drummond isn’t […]

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Coffee, fruit and vegetables can reduce the risk of breast cancer

Breast cancer prevention with fruit, vegetables and coffee? Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women, and in spite of relatively good treatment options for discovery in an early-stage breast cancer leads to more than 17,500 deaths annually in Germany. The prevention is of particular importance. A research team of Spanish and American scientists has now investigated a possible […]

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Warts: for Stubborn warts – you will get rid of this again!

Warts: to get rid of them Genital warts are especially bothersome. Trigger the warts by viruses. These belong to the genus of Human papillomaviruses (HPV). It is 150 viral sub-types exist. 10 of them can cause warts. Through contact with the skin or through a smear infection is affected first, the upper layer of the skin. Due to the viral […]

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Children as young as four view overweight people in a negative light

Children as young as four view overweight people in a negative light and notice when characters get fatter in books Children labelled the characters ‘lazy’ and ‘greedy’ when they gained weight Reported losing weight as a positive thing people do to look good  Some even said people might be socially excluded or bullied if they gain weight  Children as young […]

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Gender impacts brain activity in alcoholics, study finds: Research may lead to gender-specific treatment

Compared to alcoholic women, alcoholic men have more diminished brain activity in areas responsible for emotional processing (limbic regions including the amygdala and hippocampus), as well as memory and social processing (cortical regions including the superior frontal and supramarginal regions) among other functions. In 2015, the National Survey on Drug Use and Health Alcoholism found 15.1 million adults have Alcohol […]

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Stop hay fever by stinging yourself with nettles, says sufferer

The self-confessed expert says he has not had symptoms for three years after he was given the odd advice from a “crazy old man.” And while it may seem strange, scientists have seemed to back this remedy, saying there is certainly a method in the madness. Goran Pavlovic took to Facebook to share his strange ideas, which he believes has […]

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