Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 20, 1973 · Page 28
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 20, 1973
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tfrjgqi^ 1973 Analysis of Sea From Skylab Ship Tell Fishermen Where To Fish fiy THOMAS 0. BELDEN tJPl Space Writer HOUSTON (UP!) - Techniques are being developed Science Today aboard tfae Skyiab space station that may someday tell fisher* men precisely where to drop tiheir nets to be assured of good haul. Dr. C. Lawrence Korb, a Johnson Space Center physicist, is using the orbiting space laboratory to test a highly precise instrument, tine multi- spectral scanner, which can sense the color of ocean water D ^ )/Family Mental Stress And the Heart t-« >. _ Dr. Lamb a | and measure sea surface i temperature. "I think Skylab will be the ° major step towaird doing this for oceanography," Korb said in an interview. "It'll be the firsit chance to see what the ocean looks like in good spectral (visual) resoluHon.'' To Find Good Area To find a good fishing area, the physicist said, you look for areas of high chlorophyll concentration, and for "upwel- By LAWRENCE LAMB, M.D. Dear Dr. Lamb — After an examination and chest X-ray, mv doctor says I have "psycho­ physiological cardiovascular reaction with thoracic pain." Now just what is this? What nature of heart problem could this be? Dear Reader — It wouldn't he possible for me to verify your doctor's diagnosis, and since Ihe diagnosis is a general term, I can't be too specific. However, the term implies that he doesn't think you have any structural changes in your heart, such as hardening of the arteries or coronary artery disease or changes in the heart valve or other problems due to changes in the heart itself. Rather, he thinks whatever problems you have are related to psychological stresses. Commonly this means emotional stress and .tension which, in your case, apparently causes chest pains since that's what thoracic pain means Not every chest pain is heart pain, and even certain irregularities of the heart can be caused by psychological stress. The medicines ithat you mentioned your physician has prescribed are those which are commonly used to help individuals with these types of problems, as opposed to structural! changes in the heart. You should also realize that the diagnosis means that your doctor doesn't .think that you have the lend of heart disease that would ordinarily cause a heart attack, hear failure, or other such problems. Your question is an important one, and I'm personally convinced one of the aspects of treating a person with chest pain or disturbed function of the heart and circulatory system related to psychological stress is to "reassure him that nothing is wrong with his heart. This helps, him focus on the true problem, and helps to eliminate undue'concern about the possibilities or other disastrous events whioh are most unlikely to occur in this setting. Dear Dr. Lamb — Can you please define the word costo­ chondritis and explain what it is? Dear Reader — Costo refers to the ribs. The spaces between the ribs are the intercostal spaces. The arteries along each rib are called the intercostal arteries. Chondro refers to cartilage, whether it's located in the knee or in the chest. Thej connections between the bony ribs and sternum are made of cartilage. The area where they join is called cdstochondral junctions. Whenever "itis" is used in medicine, it means inflammation. So, simply expressed, costo­ chondritis means inflammation where the bony .ribs join the cartilage at 'the front of the chest along the rib cage. It can cause localized tenderness and pain. The cause for the inflammation is usuallv not understood and probably occurs for a va riety of reasons. One of the most important points about it is to recognize that when these areas of the rib cage are involved over the front of the chest that it does not mean heart disease. Sometimes the difficulty goes away on its own and other times the area is injected with Novocain or otter medicines to help relieve pa|i and the inflammatory reactk /i, if the condition is severe enough to warrant that. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) lings" —areas currents have water to the surface, where it is then heated by the sun. Chlorophyll is the green coloring matter that causes plant cells to produce oxygen. "These are areas of high productivity and good fishing, with a lot of marine life," he said. Studying the seia from space has never been dione before, but has a wide open future, said Korb, whose experiment is part of Skylab's Earth Resources Experiment. "Phytoplankton (microscopic acquatic plant life) are the primary oxygen producing organisms on this planet," he pollutions in the ocean, you're markedly disturbing the balance of these ofganisfriis. Using remote sensing techniques is a very efficient way of looking at the balance. "All dt the dumping that is done off the New York area, for example, what effect does this have, on how large an area? And what is the cumulative effect of all the dumping that is done in the Northeast?" Korb said once the technique where ocean'of measuring sea surface brought cold tempo rai 'ure and sensing water color has been perfected, the precise instruments can be put aboard unmanned satellites that would study certain areas of the ocean In great detail and over long periods. Perfection of such satellites is expected in the late 1970s, he said. Using a synchronous satellite, which stays over any given point on eanth all the time, rotating as the earth does, a well-known fishing area could be monitored constantly to see if the miarine population is remaining stable, Korb said. He added that a regular satellite that sets its own pace in orbiting earth could map said. "If you're dumping I numerous fishing areas on a pesticides or various fonms of'regular basis, every few days. Yates City Man Receives Degree YATES CITY — Terrence Grandt received a doctor of veterinary medicine degree June 9 from the University of Illinois. He plans to establish a practice at New Glarus, Wis. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alten Grant, attended graduation ceremonies. Sheila Shives was graduated cum laude from Western Illinois University June 16. She has been given a research assistantship at Southern Illinois University, where she will work toward master's degree in psychology. Oquaivka Couple Marks Wedding OQUAWKA - Mr. and Mrs. John Meyer celebrated their 57th wedding anniversary June 10. Children and grandchildren who gathered at their home brought an anniversary cake. Mrs. Charlotte Blake and Mrs. Dale Gibb attended the wedding of Mrs. Blake's grandson, James McKinney, Gladstone, and Betty Reynolds, LaHarpe, on June 9. They also attended the June 10 wedding of Mrs. Blake's nephew, William Rogers, and Stark County Board Okays Health Funds I TOULON - The Stark County Board, at its June 11 meeting, allocated $2,500 for a county mental health program. The board set a per diem of $16 and mileage of 15 cents a mile for travel to meetings. Mrs. Mary Ryan, Mrs. Margaret Cahill and Gerald Stape were re-appointed to the^county welfare committee for three years, and Mrs. Agnes Cole, J. F. Carter and D. J. Owens were appointed to the public aid ad visory board for a 2-year pe riod. 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