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A recent study showed that children and adolescents with low vitamin D levels had increased sensitivity to 11 out of 17 allergens that were tested, including both environmental and food allergens. So, for anyone with an allergic child, increasing their … Continue reading
When I had an asthma attack as a child, my father would invariably ask me what I was worrying about. As a dedicated follower of Freud, he was completely taken in by the theories of this charlatan, and he therefore … Continue reading
Insulin-producing beta cells can be ‘reborn’. This article outlines groundbreaking research showing that pancreatic alpha cells are capable of changing naturally and spontaneously into insulin-producing beta cells. After creating an artificial form of type 1 diabetes in mice by destroying … Continue reading
While taking an antibiotic can, in some circumstances, be a life-saving intervention, it will also inevitably lay waste vast numbers of indigenous intestinal microorganisms – a loss from which we may only slowly, and possibly never completely recover, as less … Continue reading