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Celiac GuideCeliac disease, sometimes also termed Celiac sprue or Gluten enteropathy, is a genetically influenced condition that results from eating gluten.
Lactoferrin and BacteriaLactoferrin has long been recognized for its antimicrobial properties, initially attributed primarily to iron sequestration. It has since become apparent that interaction between the host and bacteria is modulated by a complex series of interactions between lactoferrin and bacteria, lactoferrin and bacterial products, and lactoferrin and host cells.
Antibiotics could cure chronic back pain, study finds
Antibiotics could cure 40% of chronic back pain patients. Up to four in 10 cases of chronic lower back pain could be cured by antibiotics, research has suggested. Around five million people in Britain will suffer chronic back pain at some point in their lives, and the cause is often not clear.
Dysthymia due to lack of serotonin
Meryl was diagnosed with dysthymia - a little known yet common condition characterised by chronically low mood and energy, sleep and appetite problems as well as an aversion to social contact. Meryl is now having treatment that is already transforming her life.
Increase Fluid and FiberAnyone with diverticulitis who increases their fiber intake under this diverticulitis diet plan, should drink at least 1.5 liters (3 pints) daily.
The health risks of deodorants and antiperspirantsA current point of controversy is underarm deodorants and their link to health problems.
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High rates of gastrointestinal problems in autism
Children with autism are about four times more likely to experience gastrointestinal (GI) distress than are their typically developing peers, reports a large review published 28 April in Paediatrics.
Intestinal Microflora in the Newborn InfantFetuses are sterile in the womb, but beginning with the birth process, infants are exposed to microbes that originate from the mother and the surrounding environment including breast milk or formula. The infant tends to acquire the flora swallowed from the vaginal fluid at the time of delivery. Because vaginal flora and intestinal flora are similar, an infant’s flora may closely mimic the intestinal flora of the mother.
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