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Whipple's Disease by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:39pm Whipple's disease is a rare infectious disease that typically infects the bowel. It causes malabsorption primarily but may affect any part of the body including the heart, lungs, brain, joints, and eyes. It interferes with the body's ability to absorb certain nutrients. Whipple's disease causes weight loss, incomplete breakdown of carbohydr ... Read on »
Pets Lyme Disease by heru m. Patient Expert Posted Mon 02 Feb 2009 10:56pm Pets Lyme disease is a very dangerous disease to your pet and it accounts for over 90% of all the vector-recorded illnesses. The litany of symptoms and problems your pet will encounter with this disease range from pain and swelling and eventually arthritis if not treated, to the most severe cases which could cause kidney failure and sudden dea ... Read on »
Pelvic inflammatory disease can cause infection in generative organs by winter1101 Posted Mon 28 Jan 2013 1:35pm The medical professional will look at the post-massage Prostatitis treatments  example. Regular douching with commercial personal products which can remove the defending barrier within our vaginal cervix leaving us vulnerable. There are times when even antibiotics fail to kill the bacteria causing PID and hospitalization may be required if ... Read on »
Infectious Disease: Expecting the Worst by Environmental Health Posted Tue 31 May 2005 9:00pm Infectious Disease: Expecting the Worst Formal Correction: This article has been formally corrected to address the following errors. Jump to Melissa L ... Read on »
What Is Causing Beta Amyloid Production In Alzheimer's And Autism? by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 01 Oct 2012 12:00am By Teresa Conrick It is not new news that beta amyloid, a protein heavily studied in Alzheimer's disease has also been showing up in Autism 2006 - High levels of Alzheimer beta-amyloid precursor protein (APP) in children with severely autistic behavior and aggression. 2011 - " The Weigel lab also reported observing secret ... Read on »
Diagnosis/Symptoms by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:41pm Abdominal Pain, Long-Term Ongoing or recurrent abdominal pain, also called chronic pain, may be difficult to diagnose, causing frustration for both you and your doctor. Do your symptoms fit one of the diagnoses described in this chart? Keep reading.... Abdominal Pain, Short-Term Just about everyone has had a "stomachac ... Read on »
LYME DISEASE: CHICAGO TRIBUNE REBUTTAL by Marjorie Tietjen Posted Sat 11 Dec 2010 8:20am The letter below was written by Lyme disease activist Tina Garcia in response to the Chicago Tribune article  Chronic Lyme Disease: A Dubious Diagnosis which can be found at this link http://www.chicagotribune.com/health/ct-met-chronic-lyme-disease-20101207,0,5671843.story The Chicago Tribune can be very proud that it has just further contribut ... Read on »
SALMONELLA IN THE NEWS.... by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 22 Aug 2010 12:00am Considering some of the pet food product recalls due to possible Salmonella contamination in the last few weeks, Helpful Buckeye told our readers last week that there would be a detailed update on this topic very soon.  Well, soon is right now!  More on Salmonella later in this issue of Questions On Dogs and Cats.  Thanks again for all the ... Read on »
Calculus Is the Beginning of Gum Disease. by Saundra G. Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:31pm Calculus Ain't Just a Math Term. In dentistry, calculus relates to gum disease and tooth loss. The word calculus is derived from Latin meaning pebble or little stone. Calculus is a combination of saliva, minerals, oral debris, and dental plaque that hardens and forms calcified deposits that cannot be brushed off. The only source ... Read on »
Antibiotics in nutshell!!! by Dr. Virashri R. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 25 Sep 2009 10:13pm An antibiotic is a substance or compound that kills or inhibits the growth of bacteria. Antibiotics can be broadly classified as either bactericidal or bacteriostatic. Bactericidals kill bacteria directly where bacteriostatics prevent cell division. Antibiotics which target the bacterial cell wall (penicillins, cephalosporins), or cell membrane (po ... Read on »