• Could everybody please suggest some easily detected/not so easily detected odors?

    This is going to be for a quiz round at a pub. Contestants will probably be blindfolded and varying degrees of difficulty would be useful.
    This is going to be for a quiz round at a pub. Contestants will probably be blindfolded and varying degrees of difficulty would be useful.
    1 answer · Other - Society & Culture · 3 years ago
  • HEAF skin test for latent Tuberculosis: what might this mean?

    About eighteen years ago, when I was at high school, we all got HEAF skin tests for any previous exposure to tuberculosis. I tested negative, as far as I know. The indentations from the test remained on my arm through the years. Just lately, the old mark has gone crazy. It went red, blistered and then turned into a scab. I am subject to a lot... show more
    About eighteen years ago, when I was at high school, we all got HEAF skin tests for any previous exposure to tuberculosis. I tested negative, as far as I know. The indentations from the test remained on my arm through the years. Just lately, the old mark has gone crazy. It went red, blistered and then turned into a scab. I am subject to a lot of mosquito bites, so this may be coincidental, but it didn't feel that way and I don't recall being bitten. Is there any other possible significance to this?
    1 answer · Infectious Diseases · 6 years ago
  • What therapy is given to those who are grieving because they can no longer have sex?

    I know that in cases of disfigurement or disability, many patients can be rehabilitated so that they are PHYSICALLY capable of sex in some way, but even then, people seem to dodge the issue that a disfigured person's desirability may be decreased. Such people tend to get told to stay hopeful, but what would a therapist do if a patient were... show more
    I know that in cases of disfigurement or disability, many patients can be rehabilitated so that they are PHYSICALLY capable of sex in some way, but even then, people seem to dodge the issue that a disfigured person's desirability may be decreased. Such people tend to get told to stay hopeful, but what would a therapist do if a patient were deeply upset, but wanted to learn to accept that it would never happen?
    2 answers · Mental Health · 1 decade ago