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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 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

The literature states that type 2 is thought to be an earlier manifestation of Type 1 and type 3 may be something entirely different.

"Type I achalasia may represent a later stage of type II achalasia. Type III was rather rare, mainly found in the elderly and relatively...

May 20, 2015

"In the Autoimmune Summit, Aristo Vojdani, PhD outlined what he called the Five Phases of disease development.

Phase 1: Healthy – no observable symptoms or complaints of any kind.

 

Phase 2: Autoimmune Activation - This means that there is an “activation” or process that...

May 20, 2015

This article is a MUST READ! Especially for those with Atrial Fibrillation (AF).

 

A big thank you to my friend Dr. Kahn!

 

I have suffered from AF (thankfully no more!!) and the changes I have made to my life (moving to Texas!!, stress reduction, some amazing supplements)...

May 20, 2015

"1) Eat food that either grew out of the ground or had a mother. Highly identifiable food is what you want to consume, nothing else.


2) Drink water as your primary beverage and lots of it. Filter it yourself and save the planet and your body from all the chemicals in t...

May 18, 2015

"Vitamin supplementation is an attractive therapeutic option as it is relatively cheap, generally safe with a wide therapeutic window, and well perceived by the patients as “natural” or “organic” remedies."

Please share this with those in other groups! IT'S HAPPENING!!!...

January 6, 2015

Researchers have long suspected that Achalasia is an autoimmune disease, but why the immune system responds as it does in Achalasia patients was a mystery. In a study published in the August 2014 issue of Nature Genetics, researchers stated,

 

"Although the cause is sti...

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