This is a full episode of Dr. Dean Edell's syndicated radio program, which airs on 136 stations across the United States. This episode aired on January 20, 2009.
In this episode, Dr. Dean comments on Barak Obama's inauguration speech, an outbreak of Black Death in Algeria, a Swedish study linking low IQ with higher risk of death by middle age, sleep disturbance and its link to problems with memory & learning, female orgasms and their role in human evolution, and increased rates of dementia in stressed and socially isolated seniors.
He answers questions on thyroid medication's effect on insomnia, the drug Suboxone, Barbara Oakley's book "Evil Genes," dyspareunia, liver damage from alcoholism, anti-depressants' effect on libido, and whether a cold can be brought on by excessive shouting.
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