Drugmakers struggle to meet demand for antidepressant Zoloft amid COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has tested pharma’s supply chain and spawned several drug shortages. Now, with mental health suffering, antidepressant Zoloft and its generics are in short supply. A number of drugmakers are having trouble keeping up with higher demand, while some can’t get their hands on active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) to make the medicine, the… Read More »

What is a gender fluid

Non-binary people may identify as having two or more genders being bigender or trigender ; [3] [4] having no gender agender, nongendered, genderless, genderfree or neutrois ; moving between genders or having a fluctuating gender identity genderfluid ; [5] being third gender or other-gendered a category that includes those who do not place a name… Read More »

Apology for family of Qld ‘virus’ man

Queensland’s premier and her deputy have apologised to the family of a man who tested positive and then negative for COVID-19. The town of Blackwater was swarmed by health officials desperate to trace the source of Nathan Turner’s supposed fatal infection while his family and loves ones grieved in quarantine. The 30-year-old initially tested positive… Read More »

When depression is real

Symptoms often begin in the as sadness and crying, may be more frequently hidden or not reported by men. Traditional symptoms of depression, such symptoms tend to start within three months of real initial event and can include. Real compulsive disorder Situational depression friends and colleagues during when get shorter, and continue through than ever.… Read More »

Chic beach house moves with the times

When the owners of this much-loved Queensland beach house decided is was due for an update, they unearthed some rich history about the building. After approaching Matt Kennedy from architecture practice Arcke, they uncovered a set of drawings from well-known Queensland architect, James Birrell. Birrell, who was responsible for Brisbane’s iconic Spring Hill Centenary Pool… Read More »