Health Corner

Doc Barb’s Health Corner July – August 2017

The healthy human has a functional immune system shares the planet with a multitude of organisms. Some of the organisms are dangerous, others are harmless and others are helpful. In the past decade, researchers have begun to seriously look at the details of the human intestinal function.   Pathology has ...
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Doc Barb’s Health Corner May – June 2017

Healing with the Mind-Body Connection The Psychosocial Aspects of Health The majority of young adults in the United States, at 20 years old, enjoy nearly perfect health; this would be true for men and women.  As life is experienced, young adults begin to accept responsibility for life with responsibilities and ...
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Health Corner March – April 2017

Hello to All Veterans! My name is Steve Coffman. I served in the USN from 1966 to 1971. After an honorable discharge I went to college and received an electronics degree in 1983 and a B.Sc. in 1986. I hurt my right knee in the Navy, and it ached for ...
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Doc Barb’s Health Corner January – February 2017

Diabetes There are two categories of Diabetes in medicine: Diabetes Insipidus and Diabetes Mellitus. If one hears, “that person has diabetes,” one usually understands that the person has diabetes mellitus and is not confusing it with the illness of diabetes insipidus because diabetes insipidus incidence in the general population, as ...
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Health Corner – Vitamin D

The following information is for educational purposes only.  It is not meant to diagnosis, treat, or cure any illness.  This information does not constitute a doctor-patient relationship. Human beings can learn many things, but no one human can know everything.  It is through trade and sharing that a civilized human ...
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