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Those who frequent the Yahoo Helminthic Therapy forum will know that, in early November, 2009, the US Food and Drug Administrtation moved against Autoimmune Therapies, the company that supplies therapeutic doses of hookworm and whipworm to individuals who wish to … Continue reading
Many of us who suffer from nasal allergies have long known that even the simple act of kissing can be compromised by frequent sneezing, a blocked nose and, worst of all, by post-nasal drip. Now, at last, research has finally … Continue reading
Medical News Today report that Heartland Sweeteners have introduced the first sweetener to include a probiotic – Nevella® with Probiotics. What a neat idea to ensure a steady supply of good bugs, but what a pity that, in this case, … Continue reading
Narcolepsy confirmed as an autoimmune disorder The long-held suspicion that narcolepsy is an autoimmune disease has been confirmed by a Stanford University School of Medicine scientist, raising the prospect that a worm infection may benefit those who have this condition. … Continue reading