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to render less sensitive

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Desensitised patients then stopped eOIT and were tested for sensitivity again.
Have we become this desensitised to the value of life?
"I think around the world, have we become desensitised about this?
"There is a sense that they are becoming increasingly desensitised when it comes to knife crime - there is little or no thought going towards the consequences.
A 13-year-old girl said: "A few of my friends have used it for guidance about sex and are getting the wrong image of relationships." Experts have highlighted the danger of kids being desensitised to extreme material.
Though it's okay to take a break from the tumultuous world we are living in, desensitised news have no rooms at this depressed situation.
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The longer the teenagers watched the videos, the more they became desensitised by those depicting scenes of "mild" and "moderate" violence.
It is used so often some may have become desensitised to its true meaning.
The 84-year-old Oscar-winning director said people had become desensitised to weapons being used.
A SOME women can feel desensitised after using a vibrator regularly.
By admitting the way I have been desensitised by the media I am also acknowledging contamination by worldly values.
Children are desensitised to killing by hunts which stores up problems in later years, he says.
New Delhi, Jan 1 ( ANI ): Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) leader Sudhindra Bhadoria on Tuesday lashed out at the Samajwadi Party (SP) Government in Uttar Pradesh over the increase in crime rate, saying the latter have been very desensitised to the issues of women, the Dalits and poor of all class, communities and religion.
He could be desensitised to cats so that he learns not to chase them."