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"Progressive systemic sclerosis"




  1. photo Medical doctor cures herself of multiple <b>sclerosis</b> naturallyMedical doctor cures herself of multiple sclerosis naturallyNews
    , secondary progressive multiple sclerosis, which confined her to a tilt-recline wheelchair for four years. But thanks to the power of the "Wahls Protocol", which is based on Functional Medicine and the "WahlsRead more
  2. photo From a Wheelchair to Commuting on a Bicycle: How One Woman Naturally Reversed MSFrom a Wheelchair to Commuting on a Bicycle: How One Woman Naturally Reversed MSTreatment
    Dr. Terry Wahls has been tied to a tilt-recline wheelchair for four years, as a result of a secondary progressive multiple sclerosis. However, this brave woman created the Wahls ProtocolRead more
  3. photo Could Multiple <b>Sclerosis</b> be Triggered by a Foodborne Illness?Could Multiple Sclerosis be Triggered by a Foodborne Illness?Article
    Multiple sclerosis–an inflammatory disease that causes the body’s immune system to destroy healthy tissue in the central nervous system–may be caused by a common foodborne illness. New researchRead more
  4. photo Incurable autoimmune disorders can be treated successfully with functional medicineIncurable autoimmune disorders can be treated successfully with functional medicineNews
    Autoimmune disorders are defined as conditions in which the immune system mistakenly attacks healthy tissue. There are more than 80 types of auto-immune disorders including multiple sclerosis (MSRead more
  5. photo High vitamin D levels improve symptoms in multiple <b>sclerosis</b> patientsHigh vitamin D levels improve symptoms in multiple sclerosis patientsNews
    Supplementation with vitamin D might decrease the severity and slow the progression of multiple sclerosis (MS), according to a study conducted by researchers from the Harvard School of Public HealthRead more
  6. photo STUDY: Exposure to certain pesticides makes you 6 times more likely to develop ALSSTUDY: Exposure to certain pesticides makes you 6 times more likely to develop ALSNews
    Exposure to pesticides and household flame retardants may dramatically increase a person's risk of developing the fatal neurological disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), according to a newRead more
  7. photo The challenge of diagnosing Lyme diseaseThe challenge of diagnosing Lyme diseaseNews
    into the nervous system and create symptoms associated with Parkinson's, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and multiple sclerosis.The International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS) is made up of progressiveRead more
  8. photo Medical professor diagnosed with multiple <b>sclerosis</b> miraculously cures debilitating disease through dietary and lifestyle changesMedical professor diagnosed with multiple sclerosis miraculously cures debilitating disease through dietary and lifestyle changesNews
    When emergency medicine professor George Jelinek was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) at age 45, he was told the disease was progressive and incurable. He had reason to believe it; he hadRead more
  9. photo Multiple <b>sclerosis</b> can be mitigated by making healthy lifestyle changesMultiple sclerosis can be mitigated by making healthy lifestyle changesNews
    Sclerosis Society.Researchers believe that MS is an autoimmune disorder, in which the body's immune system attacks the protective myelin sheath that surrounds the nerves of the brain, spinal cord and eyeRead more
  10. photo Ancient solution to a modern wheat problem? Einkorn may provide a new grain alternative for those suffering from gluten intoleranceAncient solution to a modern wheat problem? Einkorn may provide a new grain alternative for those suffering from gluten intoleranceNews
    arthritis, ADHD, multiple sclerosis and even mental illnesses such as schizophrenia are just a few of the maladies linked to the protein in wheat, barley and rye. As reactions continue to escalateRead more

Progressive systemic sclerosis

Disease

Progressive systemic sclerosis is a generalized disorder of connective tissue in which there is thickening of dermal collagen bundles, and fibrosis and vascular abnormalities in internal organs.More