Why, mrs. Robinson? The seduction of teenage boys by women in classic films.
Why, mrs. Robinson? The seduction of teenage boys by women in classic films. Am J Psychoanal. 2014 Sep;74(3):233-49 Authors: Colarusso CA Abstract Utilizing three classic films, and psychoanalytic developmental theory, this paper explores the conscious and unconscious reasons why older women become sexually involved with teenage boys. After a presentation of aspects of young adult and midlife female development and a psychodynamic explanation for the developmental similarities between adolescence and menopause, each of the three films is summarized. The dynamics behind the women's behavior, as presented in the films, are discussed. The third section of the paper discusses similarities and differences among the three women and the negative effects on the boys' development. PMID: 25117782 [PubMed - in process]
ConclusionThere is a decrease in BMR in women with T2DM with postmenopausal osteoporosis. BMR was significantly correlated with level of physical activity and visceral fat.
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CONCLUSION: In premenopausal patients, the diagnostic value of TVUS and hysteroscopy is lower than in postmenopausal patients. The appropriate time for TVUS and hysteroscopy should be scheduled in premenopausal women, especially in women with abnormal uterine bleeding. PMID: 30638834 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Publication date: Available online 15 January 2019Source: Journal of EthnopharmacologyAuthor(s): Yong Wang, Xiao-ting Lou, Yi-hua Shi, Qiang Tong, Guo-qing ZhengAbstractEthnopharmacological relevanceErxian decoction (EXD), a famous Chinese herbal prescription, consists of Rhizoma Curculiginis, Herba Epimedii, Radix Morindae Officinalis, Radix Angelicae Sinensis, Cortex Phellodendri, Rhizoma Anemarrhenae, all of which are recorded in the Chinese Pharmacopoeia.ObjectiveTo conduct an updated systematic and meta-analysis investigating efficacy and safety of EXD for menopausal syndrome.MethodsAn electronic search was conducted ...