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Chronic Stuffy Nose: Fungus May Be the Culprit by Dr. Gabe M. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:03pm Chronic sinus infections associated with nasal polyps are incurable because doctors didn't have the foggiest idea what causes them. Nasal polyps are small finger-like, fluid-filled blisters, often associated with asthma and serious reactions to aspirin. Researchers at the Mayo Clinic found fungi in 96 percent of people with chronic sinusitis. ... Read on »
What Intuitive Eating Looks Like in Real Life [A day of Charlotte's food.] by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Mon 10 Jan 2011 10:31pm www.toothpastefordinner.com Chronicling my daily eats wasn't as easy as I thought it was going to be. I have new respect for all you food bloggers. First, while I told myself that the fact that everyone on the Internet was going to be seeing and judging me from what I put in mouth wasn't going to affect what I ate, it kinda did. I cou ... Read on »
Why and When Listerine Can Harm Your Mouth by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Sun 10 Jul 2011 2:51pm Dear Dr. Ellie Hello, I have been using your system as best I can in Australia and would like to ask 3 questions. We have an oral B mouth rinse .05 % sodium flouride, the other ingredients are ; castor oil , polysorbate 20 , sodium saccharin, glycerin, spearment flavour, is this an acceptable final rinse to use ? ... Read on »
Angular Cheilitis Prevention by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Sat 01 May 2010 10:50pm Having angular cheilitis is really embarrassing, not to mention, irritating and painful. Its presence on the face is definitely not flattering and some even find it disgusting. This type of wound is found on the corners of the mouth due to dryness and accumulation of bacteria or fungus. Aside from the ... Read on »
Side Effect: Oral Thrush by Lauren B. Patient Expert Posted Wed 27 Aug 2008 8:33am Candida albicans is the Latin term for thrush. Thrush is a yeast-like naturally occurring fungus found in the body's mouth and digestive system. A healthy body with a good balance of beneficial bacteria is able to keep thrush from becoming overly productive and causing infection. When the body's chemistry is changed from illness or infection, the ... Read on »
Why We Touch Our Mouths So Much: Evidence From Ants by Seth Roberts .. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Fri 20 Apr 2012 12:00am In a recent post I proposed that we touch our mouths so much to transfer germs from our hands to our immune system. It’s an early warning system. The full sequence is: 1. Hands. 2. Skin around mouth. 3. Tongue (lick lips). 4. Tonsils (immune system). Forewarned is forearmed: exposure to a tiny amount of Germ X makes you much more likely t ... Read on »
Meningitis Fungus Investigation and Research Continues With FDA Inspection While Massachusetts Hospitals Contact Cardiac Patient by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 18 Oct 2012 7:59pm The death toll has now risen to 19 and hopefully it will stop and all who have been exposed will be successfully treated.  This is a nightmare and much  more than a fungus among us, it’s deadly fungus. I can imagine how the NECC folks feel as nobody does this intentionally; however it does bring an awareness around to pay attention to quality ... Read on »
List of Digestive Enzymes by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 09 Oct 2009 10:00pm The term enzymes refers to certain specific proteins that function as catalysts in the process of breaking down of other complex proteins into simple usable forms. Numerous enzymes control different processes occurring in our body. The digestive enzymes are a group of enzymes that help in the process of digestion. These digestive enzymes a ... Read on »
Do You Have A Fungal Infection? by Dr. Daniel Kalish Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Fri 26 Sep 2008 3:18pm Greetings! Do you get frequent colds, have sinus issues all the time, have a foggy feeling in your head that will not go away, do you have dry skin or dandruff and/or do you have fungus on your groin and/or nails? Well, if you answered yes to any of these questions, you might have an overgrowth of candida (fungus) in your gut. In this news ... Read on »
Now this really gives some “teeth” to immune balance by Craig At Balanced Immune Health Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 02 Dec 2010 3:40pm Going to the dentist is not one of my favorite things. Wow, that’s an original thought, right?!  I got a reminder in the mail last week that my 6-month check up is now upon me. At my age, I don’t really worry about getting cavities. My chief concern is the cracking of fillings that are now decades old! They’re wearing out. Have you heard t ... Read on »