Interview with Sex and Disabilities Expert Judiann Simon Ph.D – Sexuality or Sensuality After Suffering a Physical Disability

This interview is one in a series of expert interviews on the AccessRx.com blog. We add new interviews on a regular basis. Please see our complete list of insightful interviews 1. Can people with disabilities have as satisfying of a ...

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Interview with Relationship Specialist and Executive Coach Dr. Susan Davis – Your Sexuality and Sexual Relationships

Interview with Relationship Specialist and Executive Coach Dr. Susan Davis – Your Sexuality and Sexual Relationships. This interview is one in a series of expert interviews on the AccessRx.com blog. We add new interviews on a regular basis. Please see ...

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Interview with Sexuality Educator Megan Andelloux – How Should a Couple Go About Experiencing with Sex Toys

This interview is one in a series of expert interviews on the AccessRx.com blog. We add new interviews on a regular basis. Please see our complete list of insightful interviews. 1. Why is there such a disconnect between the “health” ...

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Princeton Study Claims Cartoon Characters on Children’s Snacks a Health Risk

A report written for the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity at Yale University argues that the branding of low-nutrition snacks with popular cartoon characters poses a health risk for children, especially those in the preschool through kindergarten age ...

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Doctors Nearly Forced by the Senate to Limit Medicare Patients

The Senate just passed a measure to postpone a 21% cut in Medicare payments by six months. Doctors nationwide have already long complained that Medicare does not pay enough to cover the costs of their practices. As a result, many ...

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Government Report Finds Prescription Drug Abuse on the Rise

A new government report shows that the abuse of legal drugs such as pain killers and sedatives sends as many people to the emergency room as illegal drugs such as cocaine and heroine. This data comes from ER records from ...

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Scientists Study Links Between Cancer and Diabetes

A scientific report published in the online edition of the journal Cancer finds that there are inconclusive links between cancer and diabetes. The report was conducted jointly by a group of researchers from both the American Diabetes Association and the ...

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Obesity Linked to Poor Sexual Health in European Study

A study conducted jointly by the National Institute of Health and Medical Research in Paris and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, finds that obesity may be linked to poor sexual health. The researchers conducted a survey among ...

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$10 Drug Could Save 100,000 Lives Per Year

An inexpensive drug that is already widely used in developed countries could save as many as 100,000 lives per year globally, according to a study released today in the British medical journal Lancet. The drug is called tranexamic acid (TXA), ...

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