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Monday, October 23, 2017

A nurse at the Accra Psychiatric Hospital, Fredrick Asare Donkor, has advised parents to seek early medical treatment for their depressed wards.He said this on “Apɔwmuden,” one of the flagship programmes on Amansan Television (ATV), yesterday.He was educating the public on depression, a condition which he described, as an ‘extreme sadness.’He explained that it was normal for a person to be sad but added that it becomes worse when the sadness lasts for long, adding that that is the depression stage.“Depression is like a common cold and anybody can get it. Everybody experiences depression one way or the other in his or her lifetime,” he said.

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Men who favour a pint as their regular tipple will be pleased to hear science has made a compelling argument that drinking beer could make you perform better in bed.

According to sex expert Dr Kat Van Kirk, beer provides men with four different benefits beneath the sheets, Medical Daily reports.

Firstly, sloshing down a couple of brews can delay premature ejaculation. Phytoestrogens in alcohol overload the body and are proven to delay orgasm, according to Dr Van Kirk.

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Aging is a double-edged sword. On one hand, our years and experience give us the perspective to seek out the important things in life, value time with loved ones, and really enjoy our hobbies and other pursuits.

On the other hand, as our bodies change and mature we need to be more mindful of our health and pay close attention to differences we experience. We're not getting any younger! Part of the beauty of the Golden Girls lifestyle is the ability to find housemates with similar interests and goals.

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When they compared which is worse, researchers found some striking effects on mood.

We’re a nation of unhealthy sleepers. Ten percent of us are insomniacs, many more wake up constantly throughout the night and a growing number are simply too enthralled with our smartphones to put them down and go to bed.

But what’s the worst kind of sleep for your health: the kind where you keep a normal bedtime but are constantly up every few hours, or the kind where you go to bed late and only get a few hours of shut-eye? Scientists might finally have an answer.

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