Author: Jose Scott

Dawn Phenomenon and T1D Liver Dump

Hey everyone, this is Levi with Between Two Lines. I’m going to start this one off with a giveaway. This Carhartt beanie is up for grabs. I know what you’re thinking. It’s the most beautiful beanie I’ve ever seen in my life and it could be yours. To be entered into the drawing all you…

By Jose Scott January 21, 2020 0

How to Make the Metabolic Switch

Most people in the standard American diet become obese not so much because of what they eat but when they eat it. Three meals a day are bound to keep you in a metabolism that requires food intake for energy. Let me show you how you can break away from this vicious cycle and begin…

By Jose Scott January 21, 2020 2

Side Effects Of Metformin

What are the side-effects of metformin? Is there a difference between the extended-release and the fast-acting hydrochloride version? Based on dose, which one is easier on the body? Are the brand names still available and how do they compare to the generics? And finally how would one take metformin if intolerant? But before we begin…

By Jose Scott January 21, 2020 1

Leg amputation: Rachel Māia

So we’re about two hours from admission into hospital and we’re about four hours from theatre. So I’ll fall asleep, my leg will be there and then *finger snaps It won’t be there. Very strange process. You’ve been seen by the surgeon, they’ll take you into theatre, they’ll administer whatever anisthetic you and the surgeon…

By Jose Scott January 21, 2020 8

Treating an Amputation

Amputations are any part of the body that is removed. Securing these body parts whether it be large or small are all done in the same way but treatment of the patient should not be delayed by securing these body parts. To do so here is an example of an amputated small toe from the…

By Jose Scott January 21, 2020 0

The Science of HIV/AIDS

HIV/AIDS has taken the lives of over 39 million people worldwide, despite our efforts to prevent, treat and better understand it. But with 35 million people currently infected, what exactly is it, and are we close to a cure? To contract HIV, the virus must enter the bloodstream – and it’s often transmitted from infected…

By Jose Scott January 21, 2020 100

Intrinsic host defenses against HIV-1

>>WELCOME TO THE 2014 GEORGE KHOURY MEMORIAL LECTURE PAUL BIENIASZ TO GIVE THIS LECTURE I AM INTERRESTED IN ASPECTS OF REPLICATION, PARTICULARLY THE ABILITY OR OTHERWISE OF RETROVIRUSES TO COLONIZE CELLS OF A PARTICULAR TYPE OR SPECIES. MORE RECENTLY, IN THE PAST DECADE OR SO WE’VE COME TO REALIZE THAT THAT’S ONLY HALF THE STORY.…

By Jose Scott January 21, 2020 0

Public Health and HIV Prevention Efforts

When HIV was first recognized in the mid 1980’s, communities throughout the world did anything they could to help people not get HIV. They changed their sexual behavior. They tried to have people get HIV tested. They had campaigns communicating to people about how they could protect themselves. Almost anything that people did were being…

By Jose Scott January 21, 2020 2