This week, Barry and Doctor Bottum discuss Ketosis
Ketosis is a metabolic state characterized by elevated levels of ketone bodies in the blood or urine. Physiologic ketosis is a normal response to low glucose availability, such as low-carbohydrate diets or fasting, that provides an additional energy source for the brain in the form of ketones.
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This week, Barry and Doctor Bottum discuss Hematuri. Hematuria is the presence of blood in a person's urine. The two types of hematuria are gross hematuria—when a person can see the blood in his or her urine and microscopic hematuria—when a person cannot see the blood in his or her urine, yet it is seen under a microscope.
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<p>Norm and Barry give updates on eye care, a little background on how your eyes work, and how you can expect your vision to change as you age.</p>
<p>Barry & Dr Norm talk about various things that might cause your child to limp, and what to look for that might indicate something more serious, touching on things like painless limps, night sweats, and even Terry Fox!</p>
<p>With Coronavirus constantly in the news-cycle, Barry and Dr Bottum give you reliable advice about how the virus spreads and how you can protect yourselves!</p>
<p>Assisted death is the topic of today's show: a controversial issue to some, this covers people with an imminent death who choose to have their life ended by a doctor. </p><p><br></p><p> Dr Bottum explains the many legal hoops to jump through, to ensure that the will of the patient is respected, and that the decision is made with a sound mind, to protect the patient and their loved ones.<...
<p>Barry and Dr Bottum discuss Intermittent Fasting: Its roots in cultural and religious practices, eating in a six to eight hour window, and the health benefits that include weight loss and reduced risk of cancer and diabetes. </p>
<p>Barry and Dr Bottum discuss Osteo-Arthritis, how it impacts your life, and how you can deal with its challenges.</p><p><br></p><p>Brought to you by Canoe FM, www.canoefm.com</p>
<p>Dr Bottum brings Barry up to date on how to best care for your feet, and how other issues: back pain, knee pain, can actually come down to a problem with your feet! </p><p><br></p><p>What makes a good, healthy shoe, and what else do you need to do to care for your feet?</p><p><br></p><p>Brought to you by Canoe FM!</p>
<p>With the Coronavirus dominating the news cycle, Barry and Dr Bottum help to break down; what the virus is, how it spreads, how to keep yourself safe, and just how at-risk are you?</p>
Are you allergic to latex? How could this affect your life and health, and, if you are allergic, would you already know?
<p>Getting enough exercise in the winter can be a challenge, Barry and Dr Bottum give some advice for people who find that they become a little more sedentary during the winter months.</p>
What are the benefits of Magnesium? Do you suffer from cramping, could adding more magnesium to your diet help?
Palliative care is revisited in today's episode, bringing some updates on the challenges and realities of palliative care providers, as well as the patients in their care.
Barry and Dr Bottum revisit the topic of Metabolic Syndrome, giving some updates and clarifications from the first time they discussed it. If you found yourself identifying with the symptoms they described last time, be sure to check this episode out!
Barry asks what he can do to protect himself from the kinds of illnesses he might encounter on vacation. Dr Bottum's answer: Travel Immunizations, shots targeted at the diseases you could encounter at your destination.
Rotator cuff injuries can be debilitating for those who have to deal with them. The rotator cuff is located in the shoulder, and has the widest range of motion of all your joints, so when it isn't working as it should, it stop you right in your tracks.