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  • Sundance: Sex, Science and the Comedy of Discomfort

    SCOTT FOUNDAS: They say dogs come to resemble their owners (or vice versa), but if you hang around a film festival long enough, do you start to resemble the movies? That thought crossed my mind on Sundance's final Sunday, when, as I was leaving a screening at the Eccles Theater, a volunteer enthusiastically congratulated me on my lead performance in the festival's big award winner, "Whiplash," which took both the audience award and the grand jury prize in this year's U.S. dramatic competition. Of course, it's flattering to be mistaken for Miles Teller, who's a very good actor (in addition to being nine years my junior), but I couldn't help wondering if something more mysterious was afoot.
  • Standard treatment may not work for recurrent or uncommon type of yeast infection

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: For the past 18 months, I've had yeast infections that go away for a few weeks with treatment but then always return. Is there a different type of treatment for a chronic yeast infection? Are there other things I can be doing to...

    Longer-term treatments

    Longer-term treatments
    After surgeons removed the tumor from her breast last November, Karen Hajiaskari, of Hamburg, N.Y., was deemed cancer-free. But for the next five years she will take a drug called tamoxifen, a medication that's commonly used to prevent a breast cancer...

    Tamoxifen: Useful breast cancer treatment

    Tamoxifen: Useful breast cancer treatment
    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: My sister, who is 47, has been diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer. Her doctor recommends she take tamoxifen for five years after her lumpectomy and radiation treatment. Why is this necessary? We don't have a family history of...

    STDs may come with no symptoms

    Many people who have a sexually transmitted disease may not know it. In 2007, nearly one-third of the people diagnosed with HIV likely had it for a long time without knowing it because they developed AIDS less than a year after their HIV test. Meanwhile,...