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Love Lust And Laughter – 04.24.18

Affairs often reflect unmet expectations, lack of excitement, boring sex lives, emotional detachment and feeling more like a parent than a sexual being. Brad Coates helped sort out these issues and more. In the 4th Edition of his book “Divorce with Decency,” he addresses affairs and infidelity. Is infidelity inevitable? Are men “hardwired” to cheat? Brad Coates has headed the largest …

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Ask Beatty – 04.10.18

BEATTY discussed a number of topical New York Times articles including: 1.  What Sleeping With Married Men Taught Me. 2.  The #MeToo Effect on Sex…..What if you like rough  sex?  Are you betraying the #MeToo movement? 3.  The Murky Perils of Quitting Antidepressants?   Let me know what you think.   To Life and Love, XxxxBeatty  Download this episode (right …

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The Gary Null Show – 02.12.18

Making sense of the recent developments and renewed aggression in the Middle East Prof. Juan Cole  is the Richard Mitchell Collegiate Professor of History at the University of Michigan where he has taught since 1984. Within the progressive political and religious community he is regarded as one of our leading public intellectuals and historians on Middle East and South Asian …

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WHAT IF THE 5 SENSES ARE REALLY JUST 1?

Ask even the youngest schoolchild how many senses we have and she’ll tell you five: sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch. Neuroscientist Don Katz thinks this might be wrong. The correct answer, he says, will most likely turn out to be one. For nearly a decade, Katz, an associate professor of psychology at Brandeis University, has been investigating the interconnection …

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Ben Spencer – The placebo effect IS real – even when patients know the treatment they are getting is fake

The placebo effect is real – even if you know the treatment you’ve been given has no medical value, research has concluded. Scientists found patients given a fake painkiller continued to feel benefits from it after they were told it was not genuine. But there was a catch. In order to feel these effects, the subjects had to be conditioned …

You Calling Me Crazy? The Perils of Misdiagnosis By Lisa Di Venuta

This article has been supported by the journalism non-profit Economic Hardship Reporting Project [3]. I am 23 years old, yet I have already lost five years of my life to the full-time job of being crazy. It began innocently enough; I went to my student health center at American University to speak to a counselor about some mild depression. The university counseling center was overcrowded, so I …