Question: If my doctor increases my insulin, will it correct my high sugars from diabetes? A dilemma that comes up frequently in the clinic is whether to increase the dose of insulin for patients with uncontrolled diabetes In the modern information era, many people are familiar with this […]
I recommend that calories counting not be used for the general population. While it has some value as a “currency” for communication, it is misleading and grossly oversimplifies metabolism. Instead, a natural food diet satisfies all concerns about calories, satiety, and nutritional needs.
Welcome to the Daily Apple, a new page on Your Health Forum that addresses questions that you may be curious about and are likely to come up in clinic visits. The goal is to answer questions in a useful format to allow quick learning and application in an […]
The WHO defined Health in 1948 as “…a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” I would like to propose a new approach to looking at health: Health is a flow state that affords creative propagation and physical and […]
The findings suggest that inflammation induced by COVID-19, and in some cases direct infection, leads to damage of the olfactory bulb
by Julian Martin Dollente, RN There is a current debate on the legalization of marijuana. Some people find it beneficial in treating certain diseases, while others consider it a dangerous substance to avoid under any circumstances. Let’s try to clarify the risks and benefits of marijuana so that […]
Patterns generate other patterns, and habits lead to other habits. It is important to consider that our thoughts lead to actions and how these actions lead to practices that influence the body and mind.
As the largest organ of the body with an area of approximately 20 square feet, human skin forms a barrier between the body organs and the environment .
Introduction: Behaviors are Conserved Behavior is a complex process and often defies our ability to understand it completely. When a patient comes into the office for a medical condition, behavior is not usually the first topic that comes up. Someone may come in for prescription renewal and check […]
by Julian Martin Dollente, RN Fact-checked and Edited by Christopher M. Cirino, DO MPH THE PHILIPPINES, as a developing country, suffers from unemployment and the poor education of its citizens. Poverty is the fundamental cause of malnutrition. In 2018, an estimated 16.6 % of Filipinos, approximately 17.6 million […]