• 20 September 2023

    Aging and HIV: A challenge for geriatricians

    HIV-geriatric medicine is intended to be collaborative work between HIV specialists and geriatricians. It is a fairly young discipline which aims to ensure a global and specific approach to elderly patients with HIV, focused on function and the continuum of care. How geriatricians envisage care older people living with HIV?
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  • 26 January 2022

    Love in the digital age

    The way we look for our soul mate has evolved in the last few years at the same pace as technology. Several platforms to find love have been created. The same is true for other stages of a couple's life cycle: whether it is to maintain a relationship or to regain autonomy after the dissolution of a couple.
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  • 8 September 2021

    Older LGBTQI women: facing barriers to accessing adequate care

    Older LGBTQI women experience more discrimination than men because they find themselves in a “triple minority” situation, based on their gender, age and sexual orientation. How can we redefine health and social care to make them more accessible to older LGBTQI women?
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  • 9 October 2019

    Aging and HIV: Meeting the unique care needs of older adults and fighting discrimination

    A greater number of older adults are now living with HIV. Yet, knowledge of HIV and uptake of testing among Canadians over 50 is is still low.
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  • 7 August 2019

    The up-and-up on treating premature ejaculation

    Premature ejaculation is a frustrating experience that can bring any man down. On the up-side, there are many treatments that can help.
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  • 21 November 2018

    Beyond taboos: The sexual life of older adults

    While certain health conditions can affect libido and sexual capacity, many people still want and need intimacy, or have sexual desires, as they grow older. However, there seem to be taboos and preconceived ideas about the sexuality of older adults.
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  • 11 April 2018

    Are we equal in the face of aging? Challenges faced by LGBTQ2 older adults

    Although attitudes are changing and there is a growing recognition of the need to adapt the care provided to them, LGBTQ2 older adults (lesbians, gays, bisexuals, trans, queers and two-spirited) still face negative experiences, including problems related to access to health and social services.
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  • 26 April 2017

    Vaginal estrogen relieves common menopause symptoms

    Menopause may be a natural and inevitable phase in a woman’s life but it often comes with uncomfortable and irritating symptoms. Vaginal estrogen is an effective treatment option.
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  • 29 November 2016

    Erectile dysfunction treatment options

    Erectile dysfunction may be an awkward topic of discussion for some, but it’s a very common condition that affects up to half of all men over the age of 40. Find out what the research says about erectile dysfunction treatment options.
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