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A radiator leak is very common and will cause a drop in coolant and engine overheating. Most leaks start small and if you do the proper maintenance on your vehicle you should be able to spot potential weak spots before they get too bad. At times, a radiator will just pop and you will lose all your coolant in a matter of seconds. I have stood in front of my car with the hood up and the top tank just exploded off my radiator. Luckily, I was at my radiator repair shop and did not have to face a highway break down. Check your radiator during all oil changes and look up into the corners and the seams of the tanks and around hose connections. Most leaks start small as seeping leaks. Catching radiator leaks early will save you a lot of headaches, money and engine overheating.
In 2015, flibanserin (Addyi) became the first medication approved by the FDA for treating low sexual desire in premenopausal women. There is some concern about this medication. Side effects include low blood pressure, nausea, drowsiness, dizziness, and liver problems. It also comes with a warning to avoid drinking alcohol or taking certain medications, including some over-the-counter drugs or herbal supplements, while on flibanserin. This can be difficult because it takes weeks or even months to see any benefit. A 2016 study published in JAMA Internal Medicine found only modest improvements in sexual desire. After reviewing eight studies, the researchers found that the drug led to “one-half of an additional sexually satisfying encounter per month.”