Lyme Disease and Mycotoxicosis: How to Differentiate Between the Two.

Lyme Disease and Mycotoxicosis: How to Differentiate Between the Two. Altern Ther Health Med. 2019 Jul;25(4):8-10 Authors: Campbell AW Abstract No Abstract Available. PMID: 31202204 [PubMed - in process]
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Borrelia sp. is a causative pathogen of Lyme disease which has become a worldwide health concern. Non-toxic approaches especially directed toward latent persistent forms of this pathogen are desired. Lipids in th...
Source: BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine - Category: Complementary Medicine Authors: Tags: Research article Source Type: research
Alternative practitioners invent and treat fake diseases like adrenal fatigue and chronic Lyme disease. Unfortunately, as a recent CDC report on complications due to treating chronic Lyme disease with long term antibiotics shows, treating fake diseases can cause harm and, in some cases, even kill.
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Purpose of review: Lyme disease is a multistage and multisystem disease. Neurological manifestations [termed Lyme neuroborreliosis (LNB)] occur in about 10% of patients with Lyme disease. Diagnostics and treatment of early and late LNB are widely established. However, the management of persistent symptoms is still fraught with controversies, and therefore is the focus of this review. Recent findings: The incidence of Lyme disease seems to be much higher than previously assumed. Laboratory methods (namely serological tests) are essential for diagnosing LNB, but only when performed according to the guidelines of scientific ...
Source: Current Opinion in Infectious Diseases - Category: Infectious Diseases Tags: CNS INFECTIONS: Edited by Matthijs C. Brouwer Source Type: research
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If you grew up, as I did, as a child of the 1970s, you probably couldn’t escape the influence of Kris Kristofferson. He was big, and he was at his biggest during the 1970s, pumping out country music and mainstream hits, appearing in his movies, and generally rocking an awesome beard. Anyway, the 1980s came,…
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Publication date: Available online 2 March 2016 Source:EXPLORE: The Journal of Science and Healing Author(s): Friedrich Molsberger, C. Raak, M. Teuber The case study reports on the effect of pharmacological, complementary, and alternative medicine including YNSA, Applied Kinesiology, and respiratory exercises in a 9-year-old boy with facial paralysis. The boy suffered from borreliosis and one-sided facial paralysis that occurred 3.5 weeks after being bitten by a tick and persisted despite 4 weeks of medication with antibiotics. In the first treatment, muscle function as assessed by the coachman׳s test was normalized,...
Source: EXPLORE: The Journal of Science and Healing - Category: Complementary Medicine Source Type: research
Discussion The case shows a multimodal approach to facial paralysis integrating pharmacological treatment and CAM including YNSA, Applied Kinesiology and breathing exercises.
Source: EXPLORE: The Journal of Science and Healing - Category: Complementary Medicine Source Type: research
The case study reports on the effect of pharmacological, complementary, and alternative medicine including YNSA, Applied Kinesiology, and respiratory exercises in a 9-year-old boy with facial paralysis. The boy suffered from borreliosis and one-sided facial paralysis that occurred 3.5 weeks after being bitten by a tick and persisted despite 4 weeks of medication with antibiotics. In the first treatment, muscle function as assessed by the coachman׳s test was normalized, and improvement in the facial paralysis was observed.
Source: Explore - Category: Nursing Authors: Tags: Case Report Source Type: research
The case study reports on the effect of pharmacological, complementary, and alternative medicine including YNSA, Applied Kinesiology, and respiratory exercises in a 9-year-old boy with facial paralysis. The boy suffered from borreliosis and one-sided facial paralysis that occurred 3.5 weeks after being bitten by a tick and persisted despite 4 weeks of medication with antibiotics. In the first treatment, muscle function as assessed by the coachman ׳s test was normalized, and improvement in the facial paralysis was observed.
Source: Explore - Category: Nursing Authors: Tags: Case Report Source Type: research
The blog post of mine that arguably “put me on the map” in the skeptical blogosphere was my very Insolent, very sarcastic deconstruction of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s deceptive pseudoscience-ridden bit of fear mongering that he called Deadly Immunity. It was originally jointly published both by Salon.com and Rolling Stone, a blot that neither publication…
Source: Respectful Insolence - Category: Surgery Authors: Tags: Antivaccine nonsense Autism Complementary and alternative medicine Quackery Science Skepticism/critical thinking Beaux Reliosis chronic lyme disease fungus thimerosal vaccines Source Type: blogs
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