There are worse things to smell than a turtle bowl, but, at the moment, I can’t think of any.
Music saved me from a life of oblivion, and I can think of no better way to spend the time. -Joyce Hoffman
Access to safe water is a basic human right, and it must be vigorously defended.
by Joyce Hoffman Introduction: Friends after a Stroke Through my involvement with stroke survivors at all levels, I heard from a lady who had to move 2000 miles away to get out of a horrid relationship. The reason being, she was under so much stress that once she […]
Collaborative Patient Care: Setting a Path to Success Introduction to Collaboration Patient care has become increasingly complex because of increased diagnostic, medical, and treatment options. Start with the fact the US population, as well as other developed countries, is aging. Once 1 in 10 persons in the 1980s, […]
Dr. Shahrzad Alimohammadi, PharmD, PhD Candidate Introduction Skin is one of the most complicated organs in the human body when it comes to structure and function. It serves as a physical barrier, prevents electrolyte and water loss, regulates body temperature, and aids the immune system in fighting pathogens. […]
by Lina Hamid and Christopher M. Cirino, DO MPH, Editor Having trouble getting to sleep? You are not alone. In the United States, 50-70 million people reported sleep problems. How can we better understand insomnia? What treatments are available? This article will provide readers with information regarding insomnia […]
by Dr. Shahrzad Alimohammadi, PhD Candidate, PharmD, Edited by Christopher M. Cirino, DO MPH Introduction: Diet and the Skin The skin is the body’s largest organ. The skin provides a physical barrier to the deeper structures of the body, but it is not a static structure. It plays […]
Introduction to the YHF Microbe Section This section will provide more specific information on bacteria, yeast, fungi, and protozoa. Dr. Cirino will include cases reports, photos, and articles. Have a look around from the menu bar – just look for the world with a mask icon for the […]
Regardless of your personal tolerance, the goal is to achieve better blood glucose control, lower the need for insulin, and avoid diabetes complications by eating fewer carbs.