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Doctors have been adding a new tool to the arsenal of how they restore the sex lives of menopausal and post-menopausal women: the humble vibrator.

With the onset of menopause, a decrease in the production of hormones causes vaginal tissue to get thinner and drier. Vaginal muscles can also atrophy, leading to painful sex ― a problem for half of all menopausal and post-menopausal women, according to the National Institutes of Health. But the solution might be as simple as a vibrating piece of silicon. 

Vibrators that are used internally stimulate pelvic blood flow, which increases vaginal moisture and boosts sexual response, all of which makes sex (with or without a partner) better. Like any muscle, the vagina is best kept healthy with regular exercise — it’s the “use it or lose it” thing. Deterioration of this muscle becomes more common as middle-age or older women find themselves in situations where they aren’t sexually active anymore ― single, divorced, widowed or just not having regular sex with partners.

Therapeutically speaking, frequent vibrator use can prevent and ward off conditions such as painful vaginal dryness and atrophy. And yes, doctors are recommending their use ― with the caveat that since the vibrator industry isn’t regulated, certain cautionary steps should be taken. (In brief: Keep anything you put inside your privates clean, and don’t share your toys with friends.)

Dr. Barb DePree, who’s been a gynecologist for about 30 years and was recognized by the North American Menopause Society in 2013 as the practitioner of the year for her “exceptional contributions” to menopause care, has long been prescribing vibrators to her patients. She keeps one handy in the exam room when she explains to her menopausal patients why regular vibrator use will be beneficial to their health, and suggests they try it.

While a few patients might have blushed through the years, all of them have been willing to take it for a spin, DePress told HuffPost. She explains that vibrators that stimulate just the clitoris might be fun, but for intercourse with a partner to resume pain-free, there must be pelvic floor activity.

One of her patients is a 70-year-old woman who reports having sex two or three times a week now without the use of lubricants or estrogen creams. She doesn’t always achieve an orgasm, but according to her doctor, is quite pleased with what working with a vibrator for a few months accomplished.

DePree draws this analogy: “When your vision started to fail, you didn’t give up reading. You went out and bought yourself a pair of readers. Same thing is true about sex.”

A survey of more than 2,000 women aged 18 to 60 indicated that 52 percent have used a vibrator.

Another benefit of vibrator use, said DePree, is they can help address the fact that orgasm intensity weakens with age. She said she commonly hears women say, “Orgasm takes so much longer, and comes and goes so quickly it’s hardly worth it.” She said, “Those are the women who may benefit from introducing a vibrator too.”

In a published paper she authored, DePree discussed a 52-year-old post-menopausal patient who sought her help. The woman estimated that at least five years had passed since she last experienced an orgasm. The patient had multiple sclerosis and was taking a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor. She had tried a vibrator in the past, without success.

“As a physician, I knew that she needed a more powerful motor for more intense stimulation. I was able to let her feel the difference and obtain the appropriate vibrator. Imagine her appreciation when she returned after achieving success,” DePree said.

Having vibrators to road test in the safety of a doctor’s office also seems to be a boon. Not every woman feels comfortable going into a sex toy shop for the purchase. Online, the choices are mind-boggling. There are hundreds to choose form, and they can range in price from under $ 10 to the super-deluxe MotorBunny for $ 900 and the even higher priced Sybian.

Dr. Mary Jane Minkin, a Yale University obstetrician and gynecologist, brought vibrators out from under the bed a few years ago when she began prescribing them to Yale Cancer Clinic’s cancer patients, who often struggle with early menopause and need to combat its side effects. The vibrators increased her patients’ blood flow, and yes, improved their sex lives.

While the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the primary professional organization for ob-gyns, doesn’t have an official policy on using vibrators to treat menopause and post-menopausal symptoms, a spokeswoman from the group told HuffPost that the organization doesn’t really take issue with it.  

And the organization does recommend masturbation to combat painful sex. “I believe you could extrapolate that external stimulus, like a vibrator, fits into those categories,” said Maggie McEvoy of the ACOG communications staff.

Vibrators not your thing? 

There are, of course, other options to help restore the vagina’s elasticity and health for those who are unable or unwilling to go the vibrator route.

Hormone replacement therapy is controversial, but still on the table. Its use to treat symptoms of menopause changed abruptly after a large clinical trial in the U.K. found that the treatment actually posed more health risks, like breast cancer, than benefits for one type of hormone therapy.

But further review of clinical trials and new evidence show that hormone therapy may be a good choice for certain women, depending on their risk factors. Low-dose vaginal preparations of estrogen — which come in cream, tablet or ring form ― can effectively treat vaginal symptoms and some urinary symptoms, while minimizing absorption into the body, says the Mayo Clinic. 

There are also vaginal lasers, a relatively new FDA-approved treatment, that work by stimulating collagen production along vaginal walls, helping to build up the tissue again. The MonaLisa Touch and similar laser processes require three treatments (spaced a month apart) and cost about $ 3,000 that likely won’t be covered by your insurance.

On the plus side, there have been 18 studies that speak to the MonaLisa Touch’s efficacy, all largely positive. One Stanford university study of 30 women found that all of them responded positively to the treatment. They showed “highly statistically significant improvement” in symptoms —including dryness, pain, itching, painful urination and painful intercourse — after the first treatment.

The North American Menopause Society gives the process a resounding “maybe.” It notes that the FDA approval process for devices is less strenuous than the one for new drugs, and these products haven’t survived the test of time ― yet. Meaning: They haven’t been around long enough to know the longer-term results.

The procedure itself doesn’t hurt, but does require an annual maintenance treatment. You also shouldn’t have laser therapy until you’ve had a Pap test and a thorough exam by your doctor to ensure that there are no other medical issues such as fibroids causing the pain.

Options are a good thing, right?

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When Pearl Mackie began the audition process for “Doctor Who,” she didn’t know she was auditioning for “Doctor Who.”

She’d been starring in the West End production of “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time” when her agent asked if she was available to tryout for a part in a show called “Mean Town.” With little more information, Mackie said she was free and agreed to wait for more details on the opportunity. When her agent contacted her again, she told the actress that “Mean Town” wasn’t actually a show, it was an anagram for “Woman Ten.” Turns out, Mackie wasn’t just auditioning for a poorly titled drama or sitcom, she was now in the running to become the newest female companion on “Doctor Who” Season 10. 

“I was like, riiight, OK, I’m never gonna get that,” the London-born Mackie told The Huffington Post in a phone interview. Long story short, she did. After an initial audition, she performed lines alongside a theatrical Peter Capaldi, the resident Doctor entering into his final season as a time-traveling alien this year. 

“He’s running pressing buttons and pulling levers, because he knows where everything is in the TARDIS,” Mackie recounted. “And I’m sort of just standing, open-mouthed, looking around in wonder, kind of thinking ― What is going on here? This is the maddest experience of my life. I’ve just had the most intense experience, and I can’t even tell anyone about it.”

Secrecy is par for the course when it comes to the BBC show, which ran for 26 seasons between the 1960s and 1980s, only to return in a 2005 revival that’s about to air its Season 10 premiere on BBC America on April 15. But Mackie’s character, Bill Potts, is anything but traditional. According to The Guardian, she’ll be the show’s first openly gay companion, a woman who’s been described as “completely fresh and new,” perhaps due in part to the fact that the actress behind the role has never really watched more than one episode of the show.

Check out our entire interview with Mackie, in which we talked about her character’s persona, the pressures of joining the “Doctor Who” family, and what representation on television means to her.

I love your character’s name ― Bill. Is there anything behind the name? Is it short for anything?

Well, no, not as far as I know. She’s just called Bill! I wondered the same, but I haven’t discovered anything, unless they’ve got big plans for a reveal later on. No, as far as I know, it’s just Bill.

Fans have been speculating that Bill is from the ‘80s and that there might be a parallel to a former “Who” companion, Ace ― is any of this true? I’ve read that “Doctor Who” showrunner Steven Moffat has hinted otherwise.

She is not from the ‘80s, no. She is very much from now. She’s very much a present-day woman. Kind of a normal young woman, really. Kind of a nod there, in her vintage-inspired outfits, but she’s definitely not from the ‘80s.

Is there anything else you can tell us about Bill’s origins that won’t incite utter rage from the BBC?

Yeah! In terms of personality, she’s very open and she’s very real. When I read Steven’s script, I was very struck by how fully rounded the character was. Not sort of struck in terms of being surprised by Steven’s writing ― because, I mean, we all know how good that is ― but it was very much more that I felt she was already there. She had a history. She felt like a real person that you would meet. And someone that you’d like. She’s quite open. She’s quite honest ― sometimes to her detriment. She doesn’t necessarily always think things through before saying them. But I don’t do that very well either, so maybe that’s why I related to her. But yeah, she’s quite witty and quite intelligent and very human and driven by her gut and the way she feels about things, which is something that I really liked.

Do we know how old she is or where she was born?

I mean, she’s about early 20s, I would say. Yeah, that kind of age. Aaand I don’t know if I can say where she’s born. In the U.K.! To be vague.

Well, obviously the entire “Doctor Who” universe is filled with a ton of secrecy and a lot of these really really dedicated fans. I saw that kids are already dressing up as your character online. What has your life as a companion been like so far ― even before the show has aired?

It’s been kind of a whirlwind. It’s sort of like being welcomed into like the biggest, most enthusiastic family at a family gathering and being introduced to them all at the same time. And, you know, everyone’s got really strong opinions about what it is you’re about to do, which can be a little bit overwhelming at times. But I think, for me, it’s been amazing. It’s such a wonderful thing to be part of a show that means so much to so many people. You know, people relate to “Doctor Who” in such a personal way, which I think is why people have their own personal favorite Doctor, their favorite companion, their favorite monsters, their favorite episodes. It’s a very strong relationship for a lot of people. And it’s been wonderful to be to be welcomed so wholeheartedly into it.

Did you do any particular research before you took on the role? Did you brush up on any of the history or any of the fan theories?

You know, I didn’t watch much of “Doctor Who” when I was a kid. I didn’t watch any of the feature series ― I think I’ve watched one episode. But obviously you’d have to be living in some type of a hole to not be aware of the show. After getting the job, I said to Steven and [executive producer] Brian [Minchin], “Look, give me the back catalog and let me watch everything.” And they said, “Well, what you’re doing at the moment is great. You’re bringing a really nice sort of freshness to it. And, you know, you experiencing things as Bill is kind of experiencing things seemed to work really well. So don’t watch it!”

And also, I kind of felt like as an actor watching someone play what is essentially your role [as a companion] and watching them do it so well, it would be hard not to borrow a little bit here and there, even subconsciously. And I really didn’t want to do that because I thought Bill was supposed to be completely fresh and completely new to this. So I thought it was best not to [watch].  

Did Peter Capaldi or some of the other cast and crew members give you any memorable advice during your first moments on set?

Peter was great. He gave me a little card and a scented candle for my new flat in Cardiff. It was really sweet. It’s such a big beast of a show, you know, in terms of its its reach and its fan base and all the extra little bits that make up the world of Doctor Who. But he said, “Remember why you’re here. You’re here because you’re really good.” Which was very kind of him to say. “The acting is what you’re here to do ― that’s the main job. We’re here to create this show and everything else is on top. But all of that can be a bit too much sometimes. It can seem like a lot, but if it does, here’s my number. Feel free to have a chat with me about it if anything seems too overwhelming.” Which was very lovely.

The trailer for the upcoming “Who” season contains the line, “2017 needs us.” And Peter Capaldi has hinted in interview that while Season 9 began to reflect on the modern world a bit more, he thinks we might see more of that in Season 10. Does this mean we’re going to hear about contemporary politics at all on the show?

Ummm, there might be some areas of contemporary politics in this series. Yes, indeed. But not in a very direct way. In a way that is open to interpretation, as all good art that imitates life is. If you know what I mean? Am I being too abstract?

I can’t imagine keeping secrets, so I applaud you. On to the next question! One of my favorite “Doctor Who” fan theories claims that the Doctor always regenerates into a face he’s seen before. So, is there any chance the character of Bill is just one giant teaser for your eventual takeover as the Doctor? Would you turn down the role?

What, would I turn down the role of Doctor Who? No, I’d be mad to do that, wouldn’t I? Can you imagine if someone was like, “Do you want to be Doctor Who?” And you were like, “Nah, I’m alright. One of the most exciting jobs in television? Nah, you can leave that, actually. I’m over it.” That’s not to say that’s what is going to happen. I mean, who knows?  

There’s been loads of discussion about the all-male Doctor roster ― we’ve yet to see a woman tackle the role. What do you make of the show’s track record with representation?

I think in terms of representation, this series is doing pretty well from what I’ve seen so far. Hopefully, by the end of the series, we might have another conversation, or you might think the same. But in terms of playing the character of Doctor Who next, hopefully, they get whoever is best for the job, whatever gender or race that may be.

You mentioned in a Guardian interview that you didn’t see many people who looked like you on TV growing up. When you think about your role on this show, are you thinking about the fans today who might still feel the same way you did?

I think as an actress of color, there’s always that kind of responsibility. And especially in a prime-time, widely reaching show. For me, if even a couple of kids can look at Bill on “Doctor Who” and think, hey, she looks like me, maybe that means there’s more room for me in the world of acting or the world of television or the world of fighting aliens, then that’s a good thing, you know? I think it is important to see people that look like you and to show that there is a place for you in the world. That you do exist and that you are important. But then, that said, you know, I am only playing one person and she’s not supposed to be representative of every person and every young woman of color, because that would be a generalization that we wouldn’t want to make either.

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Doctor Who” is going stateside this Christmas.

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The teaser is only 30 seconds long but does appear to show Peter Capaldi’s titular character teaming up with an investigative reporter and a figure known as “The Ghost” to save Manhattan from brain-swapping aliens.

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FILE - In this May 19, 2013, file photo, Prince performs at the Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. In a newspaper report published Wednesday, May 4, 2016, Prince had arranged to meet a California doctor to try to kick an addiction to painkillers shortly before his death. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Prince's representatives arranged for the musician to meet a California doctor to help him kick an addiction to painkillers shortly before his death, according to a newspaper report published Wednesday.



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The Spanking Doctor

The Spanking Doctor


Dave loved to spank women and Melanie, his steady girlfriend of 2 years was happy to be on the other end of his strong arm whenever he wanted her. Their recent games with other couples had given them both a bit of a taste for other women and Dave was itching to chastise another man’s wife. Melanie had the idea: why not advertise for one?Extract: Does your wife need a spanking? Are you a wife who is gagging to have her bottom reddened? Are you confused about domestic discipline? Stop worrying and call the spanking doctor. Dave jumped straight in. “Why do you want your bottom spanked Angela?”There was a pause while the woman thought about that. “Erm, I do a job where I’m bossy all day and sometimes I feel I just want somebody to tell me what to do and sort of take me in hand. Is that all right?” she added hopefully.”That’s very honest of you, Angela. What is your job?”I’m a maths teacher.”I see!” Dave paused for effect. “How would you describe yourself Angela? Physically I mean. Will I find you attractive?”Well, I’m five foot nine, with light brown hair that goes to my shoulders. I’m told my face is pretty; I have large brown eyes and pouty lips…”What are your measurements, Angela?”36C-24-34.”Very nice. Describe your nipples. Do they stick through your clothes when you’re cold or excited?”Yes, they are very obvious.”Do other men find you attractive?”Yes.”How do you know?”I often catch them looking at me when they think I haven’t noticed.”Good. Are they sexually excited?”Sometimes!”So you look straight back at their cocks! What about other women?”Excuse me…Master David?”Do you catch other women looking at you?”Angela paused and was clearly embarrassed when she answered in a low voice. “Yes.”Are they sexually excited?”Erm, I’m not sure… Yes, I suppose so.”And does that excite you Angela?”…yes!

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Doctor Who Pendant, Dr Who Time Lord Seal Gallifreyan Jewelry. Give this Amazing Necklace as a Gift or add it to your own Unique Collection! Includes chain! Featuring our “Doctor Who Time Lord Seal” Pendant. (Watermark copyright text will NOT appear on Actual Pendant) Image is Enlarged to show detail. This Charm is 1 Inch in size. This Pendant has Beautiful Artwork sealed under Glass so its magnified & amplified! Just Beautiful in person! This is an 1 Inch Antique Silver Metal Tray Photo Pendant covered with a clear Glass dome to enhance the artwork. Comes with the matching 22 inch Chain as shown. Truly unique and made to last a lifetime, anyone will love this. Comes in a pretty little Gift bag, tied with ribbon, ready to give or treasure! Please look at our other listings for Literary Quotes, Dr. Who, Geekery, Bridal Pieces and Mommy to be Custom Photo pendants! * This pendant is not water proof and not recommended for children under 12.

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Doctor Who ‘Weeping Angel’ Lights Are Only For The Biggest Fans

If you or a special someone in your life is a big “Doctor Who” fan, we’ve found the perfect, Whovian monster-themed gift: a set of slightly terrifying “Weeping Angel” lights that are sure to add a little horror to any setting.

For the price of $ 24.99, you can add a string of 10 ancient Lonely Assassins to your home, courtesy of ThinkGeek. Five of the angels are front-facing, ready to attack, while the other five have their eyes covered. 

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Dave Grohl’s Doctor Joined The Foo Fighters To Cover The White Stripes

Orthopedic doctors can be rock ‘n’ roll stars too, if just for one night.

During the Foo Fighters’ show at Fenway Park in Boston on Sunday, Dave Grohl’s doctor joined the band for a White Stripes cover — typical orthopedic surgeon duties. Dr. Lew C. Schon is the physician who performed surgery on Grohl’s leg, which the frontman broke during a stage-jump in Sweden last month.

During the Foo Fighters’ stop in Boston, Schon came on stage to help cover The White Stipes’ “Seven Nation Army.” While Grohl performed from his light-up guitar throne, which he thought up while on morphine in the hospital, the doctor joined his patient on lead vocals for the White Stripes classic, and totally killed it. (Watch out, Jack White.)

After Schon left the stage, Grohl explained to the crowd who he was.”Holy shit, that’s actually my doctor,” Grohl said. “What a badass.” If you need orthopedic work and want to do karaoke after, Dr. Schon is your guy.

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American Doctor

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John Edward McCarville, is from an Irish farming family of eight born in Moorland, Iowa in 1926. Stricken with asthma he traveled to Arizona alone at the age of 17 years. After a draft and discharge from the Army, he graduated in medicine from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska in 1951. He set up general practice in 1953 next to an old-fashioned soda fountain pharmacy in Phoenix, Arizona. He ran a successful practice in family medicine for years before the advent of managed care. He warned the nation of the dangers of plastic bags, became an avid pilot and was Flight Surgeon for the Arizona Army National Guard. Still in practice today, he is one of the few First Class FAA Medical Examiners in the state of Arizona. This book describes his Irish heritage, but also details his experiences and the history of medical care, medicare, universal healthcare, insurance, technology and the market force dynamics of the healthcare industry from the depression era until present day.
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Why Doesn’t My Doctor Know This?: Conquering Irritable Bowel Syndromne, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Crohn’s Disease and Colitis

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Christmas in Who-ville 2014: A Doctor Who Gift Guide for Your Favorite Time Lords and Ladies

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Santa Claus is a Time Lord. Like the ancient race of Gallifreyans from the 51-year-old British sci-fi series Doctor Who, St. Nick can manipulate time and space, uses “bigger on the inside” tech with his bag of toys, loves candy (maybe even Jelly Babies), and generally encourages a sense of optimism and wonder around his companions of choice: humans.

Santa as a Time Lord is not a new concept; actually it kind of was when I suggested it last year with my first Christmas in Who-ville Gift Guide. But what began as a nerdy theory for last year’s 50th anniversary of the long-running show feels even more like a reality now that Santa Claus is teaming up with the Doctor in the annual Doctor Who Christmas Special, “Last Christmas,” airing stateside at 9 p.m. on Dec. 25.

Over the past nine years, the Christmas specials have become a modern holiday tradition for fans, but showrunner Steven Moffat said in a recent interview the connection between the Saint and the Doctor runs deeper. Like the holiday season, he said the show is something that brings families together.

Doctor Who isn’t like other sci-fi shows because it’s kind of more magical than that,” Moffat added. “It’s a sort of a magic man in a magic box all like dressed up in sci-fi language … and it features at its core this improbable man with a time machine who does feel like the science fiction equivalent of Santa Claus.”

Aside from a comic strip featuring the first incarnation of the Doctor (played by William Hartnell), “Last Christmas” is the first time the two will square off. And if the teasers are any indication, sparks between the two guardians of humanity will fly.

To celebrate this meeting of two larger-than-life characters, I present my second Huffington Post Christmas in Who-ville Gift Guide. Whether you’re buying for yourself or your favorite companion, what follows are perfect goodies for Whovians. And although the shopping days until the 25th are dwindling, remember that time is never really an issue for Time Lords and Ladies.

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Artist Ian Leino’s “Doctor Who-ville” Seussian tee (above, $ 20) was a perfect blend of holiday joy and sci-fi nerdiness when it first debuted. It featured 11 generations of the Doctor, and K-9, singing a Time Lord carol around the TARDIS. But this year Leino has updated the design to include not only the War Doctor but Twelfth Doctor Peter Capaldi and The Moment device. The image is ccreenprinted on American Apparel 100% soft jersey cotton shirts. And while you’re at it, check out Josiah Bancroft’s Who-liday poem on Leino’s site.

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Another fan whose work is right at home in Who-ville is Nathan Skreslet and his Pixel Who art. Combining 8-bit pixels with an insane amount of knowledge about the show, Skreslet has created some of the most detailed Who designs out there. The prints are essentially character line-ups from the show, largely focusing on various incarnations of the Doctor. Even for an expert Whovian, the level of minutia he fits into the prints is staggering. Check out the two-part Fourth Doctor set ($ 57) as an example – and let it serve as a warning never to challenge Nathan in Doctor Who trivia.

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Not to borrow from a different sci-fi franchise but you can’t help but look at this collector’s watch and think, “Shiny!” A fantastic item with stainless steel bezel and leather strap, the TARDIS watch ($ 180) features elements from the iconic blue police call box. With Gallifreyan script and Roman numerals on the face, this would easily be appreciated as a designer timepiece if seen by the non-Whovian (though they might wonder about your affiliation with the St. John Ambulance Association). But when spotted by a true believer, you’ll receive a nod of approval. This is a gift for the discerning fan who wants to live like a Time Lord every day. Meanwhile, the “Spin Doctor” from Paul Michael Design is a gorgeous Doctor Who-inspired pendant ($ 295+) available in sterling silver, 14 karat white and yellow gold as well as platinum. It can also be customized in an enameled version, or with diamonds and sapphires and created gems. Take it for a spin on the town or through the galaxy.

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Do you wish you had more time to enjoy the shower? Incorporate a little Doctor Who into your bathroom, and you might start to feel like you have all the time in the universe to enjoy your morning routine. It can feel like you’re stepping inside a TARDIS when you hang the blue police box shower curtain in your loo ($ 20), but you should make your cleaning space feel bigger on the inside with the Who shower rack ($ 30). On the outside, step onto a soft blue box with the TARDIS bath mat (also great for living spaces), and dry off with the plush 100 percent cotton three-piece TARDIS towel set tastefully designed with police call box images ($ 50). To round out your morning, spend some time in the Fourth Doctor robe ($ 70). Brown like Tom Baker’s coat, with a multi-colored collar resembling his scarf, this is the perfect wardrobe to spend a luxurious day (or seven seasons) in.

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One of the truly great parts of all these products dedicated to the show is how great they look even to non-fans. The blue police call box design is minimal and modern, and catches the eye without being gaudy. As such, I give you TARDIS teatime, an assembly of Who items for your eating space. Protect your tabletops with a TARDIS tablecloth made out of a cotton/polyester blend, measuring 54.8″ x 73″ ($ 20), and set the table with four Melamine square plates ($ 25) featuring the classic call box elements. The light-up TARDIS Cookie Jar ($ 20), which makes VWORPing sounds, will also perfectly hold some Jammy Dodgers. Of course you’ll need to serve up some biscuits on a blue TARDIS tea tray ($ 30), which actually fits quite a bit – including a lightweight ceramic TARDIS teapot. Unlike the time machine, you can pop the top off this box, brew 25 ounces of tea within it, and easily pour it out through a big blue spout (definitely a Cyberman-approved upgrade). In case of spills, you should also order a set of machine washable cotton tea towels, one that looks like the front of the TARDIS while the other is the telephone panel sign ($ 20).

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It has been about a year since Matt Smith departed from the series, but the actor’s legacy as one of the show’s most popular Doctors lives on. To celebrate his time on the TARDIS, BBC released the “Complete Matt Smith Years” Blu-ray collector’s set ($ 134). Presented within a lovely book – designed to look like silver Gallifreyan symbols carved into worn TARDIS-blue wood – the 16-disc collection includes every Matt Smith episode, along with “The Day of the Doctor” 50th Anniversary Special, “The Time of the Doctor” Christmas Special and the “An Adventure In Space And Time” TV movie. It additionally contains a previously unreleased bonus disc chockablock with the “Doctor Who Proms 2013,” “The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot,” “Doctor Who: The Ultimate Guide,” and Smith’s two-episode appearance on The Sarah Jane Adventures. The set is a must-have for Smith fans, and an ultimate send-off to the immensely popular Eleventh Doctor. After saying goodbye to 11, say hello to the Twelth Doctor with the complete Season Eight on DVD ($ 72). Starring Peter “attack eyebrows” Capaldi and Jenna Coleman, the (appropriately)12-episode season set includes behind-the-scenes footage for each installment, a tour of the TARDIS, and a mini-doc following the “Doctor Who World Tour.” It also includes a video for The Foxes’ version of Queen’s “Don’t Stop Me Now” as seen on the episode “Mummy on the Orient Express.”

While not a Time Lord, the Great Detective Sherlock Holmes is something of a spiritual cousin to the Doctor, and as such has earned a spot on this list. Also executive produced by Steven Moffat (and co-created with Whovian Mark Gatiss), Sherlock stars Benedict Cumberbatch (Smaug/Khan/Dr. Strange) and Martin Freeman (Bilbo Baggins/Arthur Dent) 21st century versions of Holmes and trusty Watson. This limited edition Blu-ray set ($ 150) collects every episode from the show’s exceptional three seasons, and also includes two original art cards and a bonus disc that with “never-before-seen” outtakes, a deleted scene, BBC archive interviews, and audio commentaries. But there is no mystery to the fact that the Sherlock and John mini-busts are the best part of the gift, and would look great on a bookshelf in any home or TARDIS.
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Doctor Who Season 8, Episode 11: Dark Water

SPOILER ALERT: Don’t read ahead if you haven’t watched Doctor Who series 8, episode 11: Dark Water

With all the shade I’ve thrown at Steven Moffat during his reign as the Doctor Who show runner, one thing I can’t hate on is how well he knows and trolls the fandom. Last week Tumblr was buzzing with a phenomenal theory that Missy was a dark iteration of Clara merged with The Great Intelligence resurfacing from the Doctor’s Timeline. It seemed like all the loose ends since the introduction of Clara Oswald as the new companion would get tied up in a pretty bow. It would explain who gave Clara The Doctor’s number, who placed the ad in the paper and maybe even answer my favorite mystery of why River was able to maintain a psychic link with Clara after the latter jumped into The Doctor’s timeline. Moffat very skillfully reinforced those speculations in the preview for ‘Dark Water,’ cutting together scenes that made Clara and The Doctor seem at odds. It was a similar strategy that we saw for ‘Mummy On The Orient Express,’ as Clara was completely left out of the trailer, launching the fandom into a frenzy over her departure from The Doctor.

I had the same reaction to the revelation of Missy’s identity as I’ve had to most other Moffat mysteries, shocked and not surprised all at the same time. But before diving into the big reveal, we have talk about the true lifeline of this season, Clara’s relationship with The Doctor.

‘Dark Water’ made me seriously fall in love with Clara’s dynamic with Capaldi’s Doctor. For much of Jenna Coleman’s initial tenure as the companion, I had a hard time buying into her disposition toward The Doctor. However with so much of this season focused pretty much entirely on Clara as a three dimensional character, the emotional narrative arc feels like it is coming to a logical conclusion. In the past my biggest issue with Moffat’s treatment of Clara has been the lack of reasoning behind her actions, but this season everything she’s done makes perfect sense.

After a tragic phone call with Danny, Clara attempts to black mail The Doctor into rewriting history. She is so distressed by her loss that she completely betrays The Doctor. This is a defining moment in their relationship and specifically for the new Doctor. We see him being completely empathetic towards a friend, despite an entire season of being an old grouch. There is nuance to his personality, it makes him relatable and a hero an audience can identify with.

Overall, Capaldi was magnificent in this episode. It took me a long time to warm up to his portrayal, especially as a lot of the lines he was given in the beginning of the season were simply annoying. In ‘Dark Water’ he finally struck the right comedic balance that didn’t feel forced. In most of the episodes we’d seen so far he seemed like a formulaic one trick pony per episode, either constantly rude, or constantly “dark” and mysterious, or constantly goofy. The writing in ‘Dark Water’ highlighted the best assets of Capaldi especially his comedic timing.

The character narrative on the show is at its highest, however the same can’t be said for the plot. As we finally found out that Missy is a regenerated Master. The last we saw of The Master, he was bent on revenge against Rassilon following him into the time locked Time War. This may mean that we’re about to finally revisit the fate of Gallifrey narrative, but judging by the reveals this week, I’m hesitant to bet on any one theory. As reveals go, it was almost painfully obvious, but I will reserve my last judgment until the finale.

The presence of cyberman is a little confusing, but The Master does have a history with robotic humanoids (Toclafane anyone?). I’m not really sure how the cyberman will be taking over the dead in order to take over the earth, but I guess we shall see.

It seems that the real battle will be unfolding closer to home for Clara and The Doctor. We saw Danny manipulate Clara into shutting off their connection in order to keep her form ending up in The Nethersphere, but my guess is that she will soon see through that. The most interesting cliffhanger of this episode is Danny’s fate. There’s an obvious question of why Clara was calling Danny while he was struck by a car, which ties into the story of Danny’s grandson Orson Pink. In ‘Listen’ Orson clearly implied that he and Clara were connected, leading fans to conclude that Danny and Clara would end up together… or at least have kids together. Now whether Danny will be alive to see his kids grow up is what remains to be seen next week.

Finally for those of us still holding out for the return of River Song… I’m gonna leave this right here.
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On the day the doctor comes to the farm, ten animals line up in the barnyard. They whinny, moo, and bark, wishing that their aches and pains would go away. The animals checking in with the nurse include a pig with a runny nose, a horse with a stone in his shoe, a lamb with burrs in her coat and a rooster with a cut on his beak. There’s also a cow with a bellyache, a rabbit with a cut on his back, a crow who can’t fly, a goat who cut his mouth on a tin, a cat with a kink in his tail and a dog with a swollen paw. How will the doctor be able to help them all? “The Doctor’s In” is a wonderful tale that teaches pre-school and kindergarten-age children that a visit to the doctor doesn’t have to be a scary or painful experience.

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Doctor Who: Touched by an Angel (Paperback)

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The Doctor Who Monster Collection: Eight thrilling adventures, eight iconic monsters. You’re going to need a bigger sofa…

�The past is like a foreign country. Nice to visit, but you really wouldn’t want to live there.�

In 2003, Rebecca Whitaker died in a road accident. Her husband Mark is still grieving. He receives a battered envelope, posted eight years earlier, containing a set of instructions with a simple message: �You can save her.�

As Mark is given the chance to save Rebecca, it�s up to the Doctor, Amy and Rory to save the whole world. Because this time the Weeping Angels are using history itself as a weapon.

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What Your Doctor May Not Tell You about Fibromyalgia Fatigue: The Powerful Program That Helps You Boost Your Energy and Reclaim Yo

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– "What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Fibromyalgia (Warner, 1999), also by Dr. St. Amand and Claudia Craig Marek, has netted over 120,000 copies and has a monthly reorder rate of 3,000 copies. This book will serve as a companion to the hundreds of thousands of readers currently following the protocol outlined in that book.- Other titles on this subject frequently appear on Ingram’s "A-list" for health books, including "Fibromyalgia (Walker & Co., 1996), which has over 350,000 copies in print, and "Fibromyalgia and Chronic Myofascial Pain Syndrome (New Harbinger Publications, 1996), which has over one million copies in print.- Dr. St. Amand discovered guaifenesin’s use as a treatment for fibromyalgia, and his work is often cited. he is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine and is on the teaching staff at UCLA Harbor General Hospital. He has been in practice for over 40 years.
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– "What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Fibromyalgia (Warner, 1999), also by Dr. St. Amand and Claudia Craig Marek, has netted over 120,000 copies and has a monthly reorder rate of 3,000 copies. This book will serve as a companion to the hundreds of thousands of readers currently following the protocol outlined in that book.- Other titles on this subject frequently appear on Ingram’s "A-list" for health books, including "Fibromyalgia (Walker & Co., 1996), which has over 350,000 copies in print, and "Fibromyalgia and Chronic Myofascial Pain Syndrome (New Harbinger Publications, 1996), which has over one million copies in print.- Dr. St. Amand discovered guaifenesin’s use as a treatment for fibromyalgia, and his work is often cited. he is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine and is on the teaching staff at UCLA Harbor General Hospital. He has been in practice for over 40 years.
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What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Fibromyalgia

What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Fibromyalgia


– “What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Fibromyalgia (Warner, 1999), also by Dr. St. Amand and Claudia Craig Marek, has netted over 120,000 copies and has a monthly reorder rate of 3,000 copies. This book will serve as a companion to the hundreds of thousands of readers currently following the protocol outlined in that book.- Other titles on this subject frequently appear on Ingram’s “A-list” for health books, including “Fibromyalgia (Walker & Co., 1996), which has over 350,000 copies in print, and “Fibromyalgia and Chronic Myofascial Pain Syndrome (New Harbinger Publications, 1996), which has over one million copies in print.- Dr. St. Amand discovered guaifenesin’s use as a treatment for fibromyalgia, and his work is often cited. he is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine and is on the teaching staff at UCLA Harbor General Hospital. He has been in practice for over 40 years.
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‘House’ Helps Doctor Solve Real-Life Medical Mystery

LONDON (AP) — If you’re unlucky enough to be stricken with a rare medical condition, you’d better hope your doctor watches the right television show.

That was the lesson for one German man with severe heart failure and a puzzling mix of symptoms including fever, blindness, deafness and enlarged lymph nodes, which baffled doctors for months. The 55-year-old man was diagnosed only when he was referred to Dr. Juergen Schaefer, a fan of the U.S. television medical drama, “House.”

“After five minutes, I knew what was wrong,” said Schaefer, who works at the Center for Undiagnosed Diseases in Marburg, north of Frankfurt.

He said the man’s symptoms matched up almost perfectly with a patient on an episode in which the fictional Dr. Gregory House, played by British actor Hugh Laurie, identified cobalt poisoning as the cause. The series ended in 2012 after an eight-year run.

Schaefer regularly uses the television series to teach medical students. When he saw the patient with heart failure in May 2012, he had recently prepared a lecture on the show’s cobalt poisoning case, where House’s future mother-in-law falls ill after receiving a faulty metal hip.

Though the German patient’s previous doctors thought he needed a heart transplant, Schaefer and colleagues immediately tested his cobalt levels after he complained his problems started after his last operation to replace a broken ceramic hip.

Schaefer said some small fragments of the ceramic hip remained and were grinding into the metal replacement, which leaked cobalt and chromium into the patient’s bloodstream. Once the hip was replaced, the patient’s heart got better and his other symptoms improved.

Schaefer and colleagues wrote about their experience in a case report published online Friday in the journal, Lancet. The patient wasn’t identified.

“We would have diagnosed this even without Dr. House,” Schaefer said. “You could have also typed his symptoms into Google and gotten the diagnosis.”

He said doctors should be aware of possible cobalt poisoning in patients with metal hip replacements.

While Schaefer said he is sometimes referred to as the German Dr. House, he isn’t sure the nickname is a compliment. The television doctor was known as much for his rude, abrasive manner as for his expertise in diagnosing rare ailments.

“I would have fired this guy after the first three episodes,” Schaefer said. Still, he said the fictional doctor’s appalling bedside manner was ultimately outweighed by his unparalleled diagnostic skills.

“It’s important to be nice, but you don’t get patients healthy just by being nice.”

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Lancet journal: http://www.lancet.com
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TV TONIGHT: ‘Day Of The Doctor’ Reunites Three Time Lords – Matt Smith, David Tennant, John Hurt In 50th Birthday Special

When is a TV show more than a TV show?

When it’s the 50th anniversary of ‘Doctor Who’, being shown on cinema screens around the world, amid plot hints and red herrings by writers, storyline clues pounced upon and debated by eager fans,

Because Steven Moffat and his team have been successfully secretive about the events around tonight’s festivities, we only know some bare bones.

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Three Timelords unite for the 50th anniversary of ‘Doctor Who’

Special guests at tonight’s party include Daleks, Zygons and Elizabeth I. Current companion Clara (Jenna Coleman) is joined by a familiar face in Rose Tyler (Billie Piper), during three unfolding plots set in different times, destined to unite in one almighty battle.

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One of the familiar faces in ‘The Day of the Doctor’

Ingrid Oliver, Jemma Redgrave and Joanna Page are also on board, but the real birthday boys are Matt Smith and David Tennant, a combination enough to keep any more recent fans happy, plus the tantalising reappearance of John Hurt to explain away all those elliptical statements we’ve received thus far.

Who’d have thought a grouchy, grandfatherly figure would have stepped into a police telephone box in 1963 and, fifty years later, still keep us guessing?


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