Lyme disease – there is hope

By Corey Deacon

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If you think you might have Lyme disease or if you have a confirmed case of Lyme and aren’t getting better, there is hope. Lyme disease can be put into remission even if it has gone chronic. Lyme disease has been described is an infection transmitted through a tick bite and caused by a type […]

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Complexities of autism and how to improve it

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When it comes to autism, there is hope. No matter how severe it may be, you can improve the functioning of the brain. Autism is a complex, multifactorial disorder that’s a symptom of poor brain regulation. Autism has eight different subtypes that can actually be seen in the brain using a non-invasive technique called quantitative […]

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Diabetes and autoimmunity

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Diabetes. Arthritis. Chronic fatigue. These are just a few of the more than 80 types of autoimmune diseases that are on the rise in North America and around the world. Autoimmunity occurs when a person’s immune system mistakenly starts attacking their own body. Some of the most common autoimmune conditions include Type 1 diabetes as […]

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