Don’t worry too much about being well. If you are mostly healthy, consider yourself lucky and do something more useful with your time. Donate some of the money that you were going to waste on your next detox retreat. And before you try any treatment, it’s a good idea to check in with a doctor to see if there are downsides that you might not know about.
If you want to improve your sex life, it’s no surprise that listening to media headlines is probably a bad idea. But you probably also shouldn’t read complex psychological papers either. Even if they do find something meaningful, the chance that they actually apply to your life is ver…
e, thinking “I’ll get you next time, Gadget! …ion that an investigation might be necessary?” — there is no question, the observation comes first. No-one has a little black book of names they don’t like, thinking “I’ll get you next time, Gadget! Next time!”
That being said, virtually every article used the same grab from a press release about the study. They all replicated the same speech by the lead author, which was part of a nuanced argument he’s been developing for years, but came across as “don’t take ibuprofen or you’ll have a heart attack”. Every article said things that were just wrong.