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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta nc Lawrence Lamb M.D. Dear Dr. Lamb I have a problem with low thyroid and hope you can answer a few of my questions Is a low thyroid the same as a thyroid disease7 I have taken one Synthroid 0.1 mg tablet daily for more than three years. The doctor took me off the medication for eight weeks more than a year ago By the end of this time my arms hurt a lot and I was gaining weight which disappeared as soon as I was put back on medication. What causes this weight Will a thyroid deficiency turn into heart trouble if one has it for a long or what problems can it cause as one grows older9 Right now my thyroid is about yet I am very short of energy and cannot hurry when I do anything A medical exam came up with nothing else wrong Is this normal for a person with thyroid or should I have more examinations9 Dear Reader Anything that represents an impairment of the normal function of the body or any part of the body is a disease Low thyroid called disease is classified as a metabolic disease It is correctly diagnosed whenever your thyroid gland is not producing enough thyroid hormone There are a lot of people on thyroid medicines who don't need them When you give a normal person thyroid medicine his own gland quits producing so much so the total available will end up being about right. This is great because it means that a lot of people won't be poisoned Fun with figures By J. A. H. HUNTER Even a professional athlete should be able to do this Each distinct letter in the very simple addition stands for a particular but different digit What's that JOG to you'' GO ON GO JOG Yesterday's Bob is 66 Judy 31. Mr Hunter answers all letters- ideas welcomed. with too much thyroid. when you take a normal person off thyroid it may take some time tor the normal thyroid to resume its full function. Meanwhile the person has symptoms of a low thyroid I don't know whether that is true in your case or not. You can't tell without seeing all the various and even then it is sometimes impossible without waiting to find out how the gland will function That is probably why your doctor had you off for a fuii eight weeks. Weight gain from low thyroid is a direct result of eating more calories than your body uses. The is the body just isn't using a normal amount of calories All the energy system is slowed down. Theoretically you could avoid weight gain by not eating so many but it would be. a real effort and would not correct the basic problem it is better to correct the low thyroid problem and eat normally Because people with low thyroid conditions tend to have high levels of fatty- cholesterol they also tend to develop deposits in the arteries and heart disease. This will not if you simply replace the thyroid you need with medicine Even when the thyroid function is very a person may not show the heart because they use so little energy that the heart doesn't have to work very much and doesn't have any trouble meeting the body's needs There are many causes of fatigue Low thyroid is only one and is seldom the real cause Most fatigue problems are related to life situations But. you have tc be sure there isn't something such as anemia I would guess that your doctor's examination of your thyroid function has been adequate to find anything serious that needs correction other than a review of your life situations that may be causing this response. Send your questions to Dr. in care -of this P.O. Box Radio City New N.Y. 10019. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's booklet on send 50 cents to the same address and ask for booklet. Qoren on Bridge BY CHARLES H. GOREN TIN OIIUM Tnbm Both vulnerable. North deals. NORTH AQ J5 AK8 7 J6 954 WEST EAST 83 1072 J93 K87 Q952 QJ3 SOUTH K964 V 6 A 10 4 3 A K 10 6 The North East South West Pass Pass 24 Pass Pass 44t Pass Pass 5V Pass Pass 6V Pass Pass Pass Pass Opening lead. Queen of The Team of Four Cham- pionship for the Vanderbilt played this year in was won by the youngest team in the history of the competition. The oldest player was Joe Silver of a grizzled veteran of 33. Also for the first the winning team included two and David Crossley of San Cal. the younger became declarer at a spade slam on this hand after a cue-bidding sequence. Once North raised South became interested in a slam. When North jumped to four spades over South's diamond a grand slam became a possibility. a careful cue-bidding sequence elicited the information that the long of diamonds was so South settled for a small slam. West led the queen of and it was by no means obvious how to go about making twelve tricks. It seemed that a loser in each minor suit was inescapable. the high trumps in dummy alerted South to the possibility of a dummy rever- sal. Declarer won the ace of crossed to dummy with the king of hearts and ruffed a heart. Dummy was reentered with the jack of trumps and declarer ruffed another heart. The king of spades was overtaken with the and when both opponents the contract was home and dry. The last trump was declarer discarding a diamond from his and the nine of clubs was led and run to West's jack. No matter what was returned or how the remainder of the cards were declarer could make the rest. He could win a diamond with the ace and cash his two high discarding dummy's diamond loser. In declarer made six trump two a diamond and three dubs. Your horoscope By Jeane Diion flECAUSe MY MOTHER TO ME OUT OF THE HOUSE JULY 17 Your birthday Finds you running a search pattern. Experiments with first one set of then last for half a year or so Then comes consolidation of establishment of 2 successful or system of operation. Relationships thrive in varied prosperity. Today's natives are self pursue their own ideas when conformity might pay better ARIES 21 April Revision is today's work with firm answers generally achieved during the afternoon. Personal projects are make progress. TAURUS 20-May Resist temptation to touch finances early your judgment is better in the last half day and you've got more help then Celebration is in order tonight GEMINI 21-June Stir get make use of your find added opportunity. Round up scattered reclaim what you've lent out. CANCER 21-July Once past an early your serenity carries you into a good level of productivity. What you do without fanfare carries the most weight LEO 23-Aug Formulate fresh plans. Romance leave yourself leisure for its pursuit Evening activity must relate to old reparations. VIRGO 23-Sept Conversations deepen into consultations. Suspend decision until you've heard the tomorrow will be soon enough to take action. LIBRA 23-Oct While the commercial aspects of your life seem emotional adventure flourishes in warming relationships Meditation allows you to get it all together SCORPIO 23-Nov Morning seems not quite the time for final words. Late afternoon and evening find transactions almost spontaneously coming to successful conclusions SAGITTARIUS 22-Dec You're out in the open between competing enterprises Stand aside to keep your own ventures intact. Social activity promises memorable moments. CAPRICORN 22-Jan Do what's expected of you with as little fuss as the situation permits You're at a slight disadvantage for but can react strongly. AQUARIUS 20-Feb After puzzles of the morning are this becomes a highly successful day of reorganization. Your work holds interest bevond normal PISCES 19-March Trivial questions have a basic later repercussions Early activity is more like later hours bring serious issues in illusive form Ask Andy BACTERIA Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to Mike age of Arizona for his How many kinds of bacteria are Several thousand have been but nobody knows the exact number of different bacteria. When you know about them and the mini realm in which they you understand why this is so For one a bacterium strain is subject to change without notice. If we counted them all tomorrow the number would be different. In the world of there are a few counting games that boggle the mind When counting separate we run out of though most of them have been sorted into a hundred or so different kinds. Counting the stars in the universe runs into astronomical naturally Most of them can be sorted into though new types keep appearing These are counts of cosmic items On the planet there is an uncountable number of bitsy much too small for human eyes to see. A few thousand types have made themselves either as friends or enemies. These have been but others are being discovered all the time. The types that affect our lives are but a small percentage of the teeming bacteria populations. The best that scientists can do is estimate and they admit that their most educated guesses may be far from the facts. For way back in the a playful scientist had a go at estimating the total bacteria population of the continental United States. The fanciful figure was approximately 30 plus a string of 24 zeros. most experts would consider this number to be much too small. Another major problem is size. Bacteria are measured in microns and their shapes are viewed with electron microscopes There are microns in one inch and a crowded colony of about bacteria is just about big enough for the human eye to see Different types come in a wide assortment of shapes. Their lengths range from one to eight microns and their widths from one half to two microns. Countless zillions of assorted types live in every patch of in every pond and stream. They teem throughout the plant crowding on the surface of every leaf. They swarm in the from ground level to miles above the surface. Their populations are crowded on every animal and on every surface we touch. The soapiest scrubbing removes only 90 per cent of the bacteria from your hands. And these tiny micro- organisms can multiply at astounding rates. Under thriving one bacterium can become a billion bacteria in six hours If this continued for 24 the weight of the colony would reach one billion tons. many individuals would change and produce new different from the original bacterium QuMtiora by chil- dren of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask P.O. Box. Huntlngton California 92648. Chronicle Publishing Co. Flashback 1647 Lake St. John in 'Quebec was discovered by the Jesuit priest Jean De Quen. 1821 The founder of the Christian Science Mary Baker was born. 1860 The city of New was incorporated. 1947 Fifteen persons were killed when a Canadian naval destroyer and a freighter collided in Halifax Harbor in heavy fog 1951 Leopold king of abdicated. tfOU KNOW UJHV I'M TO SEE IT MUCH MONEY IT TOOK 10 MAKE THIS MILLION DOLLARS STICK en UP. AT LEAST WE DONT HAVE CRIME IN THE STREETS LIKE THE AMERICANS. CLAWED BY AN ENRAGED BEAR ON MY WAY HOME FROM WORK 1 GOT CHA9EP ACROSS A FROZEN LAKE BY A PACK OP WOLVES HI AND LOIS WAS SHE 1 s NOT AS SKINNY AS I THOUGHT SHE WAS HEX I SAW MISS MY AT THE AAUNICIPAL BUGS BUNNY SO FAR. ALL IVE SEEN IS WUN DOWN HOUSES IN NEIGHBORHOODS.' L I GOT A UOTMORE T' SHOW YA.' NOW K THERE'S JUST ONE THING WRONG WITH I A THAT BLONDIE WAKE r UP YOU'LL. MISS THE lluramm i WHAT FIGHT A MR THE ONE THAT'S STARTING RIGHT J ARCHIE f COME STOP TO PLAY DOUBLES WITH VERONICA AND MRS. HE GAVE ME AN ORANGE TO SERVE I SEE SHE MOTHER N BOUGHT IS TAKING THE NEW UP TENNIS ORAN6E- TO LOSE A COLORED HAGAR THE HORRIBLE WHATtu J'LL DO REST. BEETLE BAILEY BEETLE. JUirT KEEP PUTTING ONE FOOT IN FRONT OF TME OTHER cyc OH ACCOUNT YO' PONT KNOW I THREE SANK PRESIDENTS TO f CSUARANTEe FWMENT TO TH' VOWONOER DOCTOR'- THAT LOWS RG5T WArriN'FO-TH' 'WDNpes 6Ave NATURE A NATURE IS ONB I VAUJABl-e ASSISTANTS. 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