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LYME DISEASE SUMMARISED BY A VET by Joanne60 Posted Tue 09 Feb 2010 4:28am Those with multiple symptoms of Fatigue, Fibromyalgia, ME/CFS, Arthritis, Neurological symptoms would do well to read the following written by a vet I know, it summarises what he has learnt about Lyme Disease very well. Lyme is also known to cause backache and the link at the end of the article takes you into some excellent research which the ... Read on »
LYME DISEASE IN THE NEWS by Joanne60 Posted Fri 11 Feb 2011 6:45am Lyme Disease in the news thanks to Total Essex covering a story on Ruth Black. here As many local newspapers do not keep these stories on line indefinitely I will copy and post below. HUTTON: Mum Ruth Black left virtually bed bound as NHS 'fails to identify illness' By editorial@gazettenews.co.uk A WOMAN has accused the NHS of ruining ... Read on »
Largest Homeopathy Trial In Cuba by Sanjib S. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 14 Aug 2010 11:09pm A very large homeopathic trial has been done in Cuba.  This trial shows evidence that a highly dilute substance, prepared according to homeopathic principles, may help stop the spread of Leptospirosis. Leptospirosis (also known as Weil's Disease) is a contagious disease carried by rodent and caused by bacteria called spirochetes. People ... Read on »
Rats Resistant to POISONS! by Stephen Tvedten Patient Expert Posted Wed 20 May 2009 1:20pm It's boom time for rats: Fears of population explosion as the rodents become resistant to poisons By David Derbyshire Britain is heading for a 'rat explosion' because the rodents are growing resistant to poisons, pest controllers say. In parts of the UK the vermin have become almost immune to conventional pesticides. The warning follo ... Read on »
Top Ten Animal-Human Diseases for Your Files (And for Your Family’s Health) by Dr. Patty Khuly Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Posted Tue 10 Aug 2010 2:00pm I love hosting guest posters; even more so when they have a critical message to convey. Today’s post on diseases your pets can unwittingly convey to you and your family — and vice versa — is authored by Anna van Heeckeren, one influential veterinarian and the American Veterinary Medical Foundation’s outgoing chair, to boot. (Powerful women seems ... Read on »
Leptospirosis by Dr. Erik McLaughlin Medical Doctor Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:27am Leptospirosis is the most common zoonotic infection, worldwide.  Outdoor athletes (hikers, cyclists, etc) are especially vulnerable to this infection because transmission is often through contact with infected fresh water.  Simple cuts, scrapes or breaks in the skin can help the infected water enter the bloodstream, making infection more lik ... Read on »
MRU's Body of Knowledge Lecture Series with Dr. Weil - Part 2 by Janine Bolton, R.D. Posted Sun 09 Oct 2011 12:36pm In my last post about  Dr. Weil's visit  to the MRU Body of Knowledge Series, I summed up the flaws in our health care system, as seen by  Weil . Although a very interesting perspective on our past, present and future challenges in health care, I was most looking forward to the nutrition part of the lectures, and Weil didn't disappoint. ... Read on »
A Positive Approach to Scleroderma by Dr. Weil by Jan Posted Fri 11 Sep 2009 4:56pm Scleroderma, an autoimmune disease, means "hard skin" since it causes the skin to thicken as a result of increased deposits of collagen. "Localized" scleroderma affects limited areas of the skin and musculoskeletal system while the "systemic" form of the disease is more widespread and can result in damage to the lungs, heart and kidneys, cause ... Read on »
The Benefits of Coffee in COPD… by Ron Patient Expert Posted Tue 23 Mar 2010 12:00am As regular readers may know, I’ve had a pretty bad spell lately and, today, my breathing has been really bad, and not responding to my meds. Anyway, a couple of hours ago, I needed to make some bread, as I’ve eaten my emergency stash of bread rolls which, as you might imagine, didn’t help my breathing. Anyway, once I set my dough as ... Read on »
F1000 Weekly Roundup by f1000 Posted Wed 20 Oct 2010 4:46am In this week’s F1000 roundup (your primary source of free F1000 evaluations) we have the genetic basis of height, a handle on the treatment of Parkinson’s disease, the effects of discrimination on lesbian, gay and bisexual adults, a new diagnostic for leptospirosis, and, I promise, no structural biology… from Lango Allen et al., 2010 ... Read on »