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Medical News Today: Sleep apnea may stop you from forming life memories

New research suggests that obstructive sleep apnea may impair a person’s ability to form meaningful memories about their personal life. Such dysfunction may, in turn, be a sign of depression, caution the researchers. New research finds that sleep apnea impairs a person’s ability to form autobiographical memories. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a sleep disorder… Read More »

How to tell if a penis rash is from HIV

Similarly to other viral infections, an early symptom of HIV is a rash that can appear anywhere on the body, including the penis. When HIV causes a rash, it appears as a flat red patch with small red bumps. Itchiness is the primary symptom of an HIV rash. HIV rashes typically appear on the upper… Read More »

If Howard Schultz can 'steal voters' from your party, maybe try to appeal to those voters

Howard Schultz, the CEO who spent over three decades transforming Starbucks from a lesser-known Seattle coffeehouse to a global juggernaut, might run for president. In any other election cycle, a self-made billionaire entertaining a third-party bid wouldn’t garner much more than a side-eye from the masses. Schultz’s public flirtations have been met with apoplectic fury.… Read More »

Viewpoints: Lessons From Davos On The Future Of Health Care; End Loose State Policies Around Vaccines

Editorial writers focus on these health care topics and others. Stat: Dispatch From Davos: Hospitals Of The Future  My overarching thought after the World Economic Forum is this: I can’t wait for a future Davos when we talk less about self-driving cars, and more about self-healing humans. That future is close. If we can combine… Read More »