Psychology Today Column

Higher Mortality in Single Fathers

Maria Chiu and colleagues from the University of Toronto compared the health of single fathers (a growing demographic) with the health of single mothers, partnered fathers and partnered mothers living in Ontario, Canada, over a median of 11 years. Maria...

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New Hope For Parkinson’s Disease

Why are there more cases of Parkinson’s disease in the Midwest and Northeast of the USA than in the rest of the country? Why are there many more people with symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease and Lou Gehrig’s disease in the island of Guam...

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Sexual Disinhibition

As my husband and I were interviewing Joy Milne, a retired nurse in Perth, Scotland on her ability to detect Parkinson’s Disease (PD) through smell only, she revealed to us a surprising fact about her late husband, Les, who was a physician...

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Musky Smell and Parkinson’s Disease

As my husband, Eric Haseltine, and I landed in Edinburgh, Scotland one month ago, we were welcomed by heavy black clouds and relentless rain. But the temperature was warmer than we expected and as we picked up our rental car at the airport, I got rid of...

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Saving Dogs’ Lives Can Save Human Lives

According to the American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, approximately 3.3 million dogs enter U.S. animal shelters every year. Of those, 1.6 million are adopted each year but 670,000 are still euthanized every year. Even though this number...

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Could a Passion for Dogs Lead to a Nobel Prize?

Our best friends might save our lives in a new way.   When Dina Zaphiris was a little girl, she often was asked by friends and family what she wanted to do in life. Her answer was always, “I want to work with dogs! I want to be the best!” Dina indeed...

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New Diet Ideas From the Artificial Sweeteners Controversy

Finding hope from conflicting data.   When my husband started drinking diet sodas and using artificial sweeteners (AS) in his coffee, his weight went up. I didn’t think much of it until I attended a Continuing Medical Education (CME) conference for...

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Decreasing Pesticide Intake Can Improve Fertility in Women

Decreasing Pesticide Intake Can Improve Fertility in Women Originally Published in Psychology Today In a JAMA Internal Medicine article published online on October 30th, 2017, Yu-Han Chiu MD and colleagues studied the association between pesticide residue...

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Sex Talk

Sex Talk A simple way for both partners to have more intense orgasms Originally published on Psychology Today Have your ever tried giving your genitals a voice? If your clitoris and vagina had a voice what would they say?  What are their secret...

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