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Sexual dysfunction linked to metabolic syndrome in postmenopausal women

Decreased sexual activity, desire and satisfaction are associated with metabolic syndrome in older women, according to study findings published in The American Journal of Medicine. “In these healthy...

Shocking new role found for the immune system: Controlling social interaction

In a startling discovery that raises fundamental questions about human behavior, researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have determined that the immune system directly affects - ...

Zeiss markerless system enables precise toric IOL alignment

NEW ORLEANS — With a year of experience using the Zeiss Cataract Suite markerless system, David F. Chang, MD, said he now finds the traditional manual marking method for aligning toric IOLs to be ...

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bmj;354/aug30_12/i4637/FAF1faRonald David Gregg Tunbridge (known as David) was a hypertension specialist who contributed to medical education; he had a passion for canals, photography, and croquet.......

Testosterone gel boosts sexual desire and activity in older men

(Reuters Health) - Older men with low testosterone levels and scant desire for sex report more interest and more sexual activity after testosterone therapy, according to a new study.

Giant Carlisle, TCGRx team on center-store pharmacy pilot

David SalazarTCGRx’s Beacon Inventory Management System integrates with Giant Carlisle’s existing pharmacy information system, and is aimed at increasing efficiencies around inventory...

Repair System Found in Algae to Yield New Biotechnology Tools

Stephen Campbell, research specialist and Professor David Stern of the Boyce Thompson Institute report the discovery of a repair system in the algae Chlamydomonas reinhardtii, which uses chloroplast e...

Parasite proteins prompt immune system to fight off ovarian tumours in mice

Scientists identified the specific proteins secreted by the parasite Toxoplasma gondii that cause the immune system in mice to attack established ovarian The study, led by David Bzik of the Geisel Sc...

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Sexual Desire Inventory: Two or Three Dimensions?

The Sexual Desire Inventory (SDI), developed by Spector, Carey, and Steinberg in 1996, has been widely used to assess sexual desire in men and women throughout the world. This questionnaire categorize...

Desire for Sweet Taste Unchanged After Eating: Evidence of a Dessert Mentality?

Added sugars provide calories and desirability to foods and beverages. Our aim was to test whether desire for a sweet taste would be better maintained than a desire for other tastes for 3 hours after...

The Relationship between Sexual Cues and Sexual Desire in Women.

Sexual desire is one of the most studied dimensions of sexual response. There is extensive research on bio-medical, psychosocial, and relationship predictors of desire particularly in women. Despite t...

Desire thinking as a predictor of craving and binge drinking: A longitudinal study.

Desire thinking is a conscious and voluntary cognitive process orienting to prefigure images, information and memories about positive target-related experience. Desire thinking has been found to be as...

Efficacy and Safety of Flibanserin in Women with Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

Flibanserin, is a postsynaptic agonist of serotonin receptor 1A and an antagonist of serotonin receptor 2A, has been shown to increase sexual desire and reduce distress in women with hypoactive sexual...

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