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LeRoy, PANDAS, Autism and EL - Will the real "Mystery Illness" Please Stand Up?- Part 1 by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 01 Mar 2012 12:00am By Teresa Conrick I have always thought that the best research looks not only at the evidence in front of you but takes a look back into the past to see if history holds a key.  It is true with Autism, as we saw in Mark Blaxill and Dan Olmsted's chronology of MERCURY and its trail to the first cases of Autism in, The Age of ... Read on »
You Don’t Need to Come to the ER at 3am for “Strep Throat” by ERDoc Posted Tue 30 Jun 2009 5:54pm Among the more frustrating ER visits that you will never see on your favorite TV medical drama of choice is that of the 3am visit for possible “Strep Throat”. The sad reality though, is that this is something that we as a medical community have contributed to in a potentially large way. Some people are afraid of Strep because of the supposed ... Read on »
Recurrent sore throats by Dr. Gabe M. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:12pm 2 Comments If you have recurrent throat infections with staph or strep bacteria, check your toothbrush, your nose and your mate. One study showed that beta strep, which causes rheumatic fever, was grown from toothbrushes of 30 percent of children who were infected with that germ. Beta strep can persist in unwashed toothbrushes for 15 days and in washed to ... Read on »
Autism and PANDAS by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 01 Nov 2011 12:00am By Teresa Conrick My daughter, Megan's recent diagnosis of an autoimmune condition coupled with an abnormal EEG are big, red flags that help illustrate why she is so ill.  Finding that out hardly ends my journey for more answers to help improve her health and her life.  The disturbing behaviors and symptoms of vocal tics, di ... Read on »
The Name Game by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 01 Jan 2012 12:00am By Teresa Conrick With tics and Tourette-like illness  in the news so much right now due to the increasing number of students at LeRoy HS in NY exhibiting them, it is with irony that P.A.N.D.A.S.,  a possible medical diagnosis for what we are seeing in LeRoy, is again up for scrutiny and denial somewhere else.  Here on Age of ... Read on »
Natural Health Remedies for a Bad Throat by Doris C. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Wed 28 Jul 2010 1:38am Last week, I was down with a terrible sore throat that led to a high grade fever. I prayed hard that I won’t need any antibiotics for that so I resorted to some of my favourite natural health remedies for a bad throat. I was using propolis and manuka honey (active 25+) once every other hour throughout the whole week. I’m not sure if that ... Read on »
Strep Throat by Tom Plamondon Posted Tue 30 Jun 2009 5:54pm 02/07/09   Strep throat is a bacterial infection of the throat.  The infection is caused by Sreptococcus (Group A Beta Hemolytic Strep) bacteria.  It is transmitted through the saliva and/or nasal secretions.  Streptococcus bacteria takes 2-5 days to incubate in the upper respiratory tract and people with strep throat remain contagious fo ... Read on »
Health Tip: Warning Signs That You Have Strep Throat by Medline Plus Posted Wed 18 Aug 2010 6:00am Here are some typical symptoms By Diana Kohnle Wednesday, August 18, 2010 (HealthDay News) -- Strep throat is a nasty infection, dubbed "strep" because it's caused by streptococcus bacteria. The American Academy of Family Physicians says common symptoms of strep throat include: Having ... Read on »
New Strep Throat Guidelines Tackle Antibiotic Resistance by HealthFinder Posted Mon 10 Sep 2012 1:00pm healthnewslink Most sore throats are actually caused by viruses. MONDAY, Sept. 10 (HealthDay News) -- Doct ... Read on »
New Research Traces Evolutionary Path Of Multidrug Resistant Strep Bacteria by Ed H. Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Fri 28 Jan 2011 6:45pm Despite penicillin and the dozens of antibiotics that followed it, streptococcus bacteria have remained a major threat to health throughout the world. The reason: the superb evolutionary skills of this pathogen to rapidly alter its genetic makeup. In a landmark paper published this week in Science, scientists from Rockefeller University and the ... Read on »