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Aug, 15
2013

Allergies Every Morning?

doug-headshot-bw The website TeleManagement reports that bed pillows are a hot bed of fungal spores. A team of English researchers from the University of Manchester analyzed samples taken from pillows that were between 18 months and 20 years old.

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Aug, 14
2013
doug-headshot-bw The American Society For Microbiology recently published an article that human MRSA infections, which are now extremely common, originated in cows! MRSA (Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus) Staph aureus infections used to be easy to treat with beta-lactam antibiotics like Methicillin. Today, Methicillin no longer broadly treats these infections.

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Aug, 13
2013
doug-headshot-bw Like Multiple Sclerosis, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis or ALS, is a neurodegenerative autoimmune disease that affects the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. 

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Aug, 12
2013

Choosing the Best Coconut Oil

denni Coconut oil is fast becoming a favorite oil among health enthusiasts. It’s loaded with the best kinds of saturated fat and metabolism-enhancing medium chain tryglycerides, tastes delicious either on its own or added to other foods, and holds up well under higher temperatures in cooking.

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Aug, 09
2013

Ear Infection, Could It Be Fungus?

msmith-lrg I remember being a kid and opening the refrigerator to see a child-proof bottle of a pink, bubble-gum flavored medicine. Even as a kid, I knew the name: amoxicillin. While I don't recall each and every ear infection, I do remember taking amoxicillin on a regular basis. My ear infections become so frequent that I had to have tubes put in my ears.

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