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May 27, 2015

A great paper was written by researchers in Norway and Germany discussing the misdiagnosis of Achalasia. Specifically, this paper discusses "s a significant, and often striking, overlap in signs and symptoms between achalasia and ED [eating disorders], as well as assoc...

May 24, 2015

"... your medical history and general overall health will impact your recovery from the operation and chances to develop a complication after surgery.” It goes on to say, “Anyone who undergoes a surgical procedure needs to be in the best possible shape they can be, and...

May 24, 2015

"Open esophageal surgery has long been associated with significant morbidity and pain. Upper abdominal incisions lead to respiratory compromise and significant risk of wound complications and late ventral hernia formation. In addition, due to the concave shape of the d...

May 23, 2015

"Respiratory distress and arrest from tracheal compression secondary to megaoesophagus are rare complications of achalasia. We present the case of a man with end-stage achalasia who required oesophagectomy to prevent recurrent life-threatening tracheal compression and...

May 20, 2015

"... synthetic building materials, which are known to emit or "off-gas" various organic compounds, have been linked to numerous health complaints."

 

"Man himself should be considered another source of indoor air pollution, especially when living in a closed, poorly vent...

May 20, 2015

Beware of this supplement - http://www.herbs-solutions-by-nature.com/Achalasia.php

May 20, 2015

See this powerful article and video featuring David Perlmutter, MD.

 

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May 20, 2015

The Vagus nerve is the 10th cranial nerve. Cranial nerves emerge directly from the brain meaning they are like branches coming off a tree. Vagus is Latin for "wandering" and this nerve wanders throughout the body. It is part of the autonomic nervous system or ANS. The...

May 20, 2015

Most people are familiar with general blood lab tests and have them done when they visit their doctor for an annual physical examination. These tests are reported as normal or abnormal, i.e. in the reference range or out of the reference range. Most conventional doctor...