IN DEPTH: Are Virus Antibodies a Source of Neurodegeneration For Multiple Sclerosis?

IN DEPTH: Are Virus Antibodies a Source of Neurodegeneration For Multiple Sclerosis?

A study on the mechanisms of neurodegeneration  for Multiple Sclerosis caught our attention. We just published a post on Progressive Multiple Sclerosis [1], and the approach of the study published in the Dovepress Journal [2], is a noteworthy additional path to understand Neurodegeneration of the Central Nervous System (CNS). Essentially, the …Read the Rest

IN DEPTH: Review Of 2012 Research On Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

IN DEPTH: Review Of 2012 Research On Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

As many of us know, the neurological disease Multiple Sclerosis (MS)  has multiple forms [1]: Relapsing-Remitting  (RRMS):    Unpredictable attacks (relapses) followed by periods of relative remission with no new signs of disease activity Secondary Progressive (SPMS) :     Neurologic decline without acute relapses: A sign that one is evolving from …Read the Rest

Nanoparticle Research Has Success On Halting Multiple Sclerosis In Animal Model Of Disease

Nanoparticle Research Has Success On Halting Multiple Sclerosis In Animal Model Of Disease

Nanotechnology involves  manipulation of matter on an atomic and molecular scale. This means at  least one dimension of the molecule or structure sized from 1 to 500 nanometres. (a nanometer is one billionth of a meter) It is not the first time that Nanotechnology concepts have been used to attack …Read the Rest

Urinary Tract Infections: Can Probiotics help?

Urinary Tract Infections: Can Probiotics help?

Urinary Tract Infections or UTIs are a common problem for women, but men are not immune. We have posted previously on the topic [1-4]. UTIs are a particularly vexing problem for the wheelchair community, because for most in that category, the bladder does not fully empty out. That goes for …Read the Rest

IN BRIEF: Vitamin K2’s MK-7 Form has More Bio-Availability than MK-4

IN BRIEF: Vitamin K2’s MK-7 Form has More Bio-Availability than MK-4

This is a follow up on our previous post on nutraceuticals and heart disease[1] In a nutshell, vitamin K controls where the calcium is going to take hold. On the bone, where it should, or on endothelial (heart and blood vessels) tissues, where it should not. The consumption of vitamin K2 …Read the Rest

Chelation Therapy For Coronary Heart Disease: Does it work?

Chelation Therapy For Coronary Heart Disease: Does it work?

Chelation therapy consists of bonding a toxic metal atom, such as lead, to a ligand (a “tie in”) molecule. In fact putting the dangerous metal in quarantine. Why and when would we want to bind a metal? Per Wikipedia: “…Chelation therapy is the use of chelating agents to detoxify poisonous …Read the Rest

Sunburns Effects On Skin Vitamin D Synthesis

Sunburns Effects On Skin Vitamin D Synthesis

Is Too Much Sun As Bad As Too Little for Vitamin D Synthesis? By now most of us have heard that many illnesses (Insulin resistance, high blood pressure,immune function heart disease and cancer) have in common a lower level of vitamin D in the blood serum than the general population. Multiple Sclerosis …Read the Rest

IN BRIEF: A Study Questions The Benefits of Cranberry Juice Against Urinary Tract Infections

IN BRIEF: A Study Questions The Benefits of Cranberry Juice Against Urinary Tract Infections

We have posted several times about the efficacy of cranberry juice against Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) [1] Cranberry juice has been accepted by the nutrition and alternative medicine communities as the first line of defense against UTIs [2,3] UTIs affect particularly women, and people who must  use  a wheelchair for mobility. How …Read the Rest

On Rice, Arsenic, and Organic Farming

On Rice, Arsenic, and Organic Farming

A post in the AllergyMenu [1] caught our attention. It purports that arsenic pollution is rampant in the rice we consume. The obvious question is: Does buying organic rice protect you? TheAllergyMenu claims that organic farming does, quoting them: “…Foods grown organically are your best choice since the land is …Read the Rest

IN BRIEF: Rosemary Shown To Help Against Depression

IN BRIEF: Rosemary Shown To Help Against Depression

  It is always comforting to hear that a study has shown a culinary herb to be beneficial against a condition. One feels that one can hopefully avoid the cost and side effect of of pharmaceuticals. Plus it brings memories of simpler times when individuals had a better chance at …Read the Rest

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