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New Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis Living with the everyday strain of a difficult health condition or disease can be overwhelming but there is hope. Many are still unaware that there is relief from symptoms and improvement in functio ...
Mar 04 2009 4:02am
When to Suspect Lyme The most useful diagnostic reference: the “Bible” of Lyme medical literature. by John Bleiweiss, MD. The When To Suspect Lyme Disease essay: This essay, written by John D. Bleiweiss, ...
Jul 08 2008 6:37pm
Fatigue is a Signal Are you tired a lot? I mean, REALLY tired? Being fatigued sometimes is natural; feeling chronically fatigued is a signal that something is not right. Here’s a list of some of the most common caus ...
Sep 01 2007 7:47pm
I have been "tired" for 25 years.  I have been irritable, impatient, frustrated.  My body ... more
Aug 24 2010 8:10am
Be Inspired: Shannan's Story Some people have it tough, and others have it very tough. Shannan Hutchinson is one of the latter. Shannan has Multiple Sclerosis - yet despite the phenomenal challenges posed by her illness, Shannan ...
Mar 19 2007 2:27pm
colonic colonic hydrotherapy The benefits of colonic irrigation can often be quickly observed in the form of improved bowel function together with clearer skin, more mental clarity and fewer headaches. C ...
Sep 16 2009 5:40am
Springhill Group Korea: Immune System Plays Central Role in AMD from the springhill medical group National Institutes of Health (NIH) investigators suggest changes in how genes in the immune system function may result in age-related macular degeneration.   AM ...
Dec 14 2012 3:33am
Aspartame: Know the Facts We all know that sugar is a major pitfall in the American diet, but are sugar substitutes like Aspartame any better? Research shows that they may actually be worse. Aspartame has three main in ...
Aug 17 2007 12:26pm
Yes, thank you! I will have to try Stevia. I have never heard of it. I'm assuming I can ... more
Aug 24 2007 4:20pm
The Many Benefits of Tai Chi Tai Chi is a moderate cardiovascular training exercise, which also has a significant effect on lung function. Tai Chi can beneficially alter the lipid profile, raising the possibility that prac ...
Jan 24 2008 12:47pm
nice!!! i realy admire those who promote healthty ways of making our body healthy,specia ... more
Jul 21 2009 6:43am
My story with MS an a bone marrow stem cells transplant On the road to a bone marrow stem cell transplant in 2006     I was Dx in 2000 at age 28 when I lost my eyesite in my left eye of course. Gained my eyesite back with steroids. ...
Mar 23 2009 2:59am
Well thank you for such kind words!  I know I was on the same floor that I did my transp ... more
Sep 08 2009 9:32am
ms-meetingthechallenges.com MS-Meeting the Challenges.com   This is just a short summary of my story with MS and the bone marrow stem cells transplant that I under went three years ago with a EDSS level of a 7.  It expla ...
Jul 20 2009 8:57pm