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Bone Infection, Osteomyelitis, Briefly – Everything You Need To Know – Dr. Nabil Ebraheim



Dr. Ebraheim’s educational animated video describes the condition of Bone Infection and Osteomyelitis in asimple and easy way, telling you all you need to know about those conditions.

Chronic osteomyelitis is an infection in a bone. It may be an incurable problem.
What happens with bone infections (osteomyelitis)? Usually, bacteria causes infection in the bone. Leukocytes are attracted to the area and secrete enzymes in an attempt to kill the bacteria. Blood flow to the area is decreased and a devitalized, necrotic bone is formed called sequestrum. A sequestrum is infected dead bone resulting from osteomyelitis. Haversian canals surround blood vessels and nerve cells throughout the bone. The sequestrum has no connection to normal bone through the Haversian system (osteon). Due to avascular nature of the sequestrum, antibiotics cannot reach the sequestrum or the bacteria. In fact, the bacteria enters the bone cells and hides inside the bone cells. The involucrum is new bone formation around the sequestrum. The body is trying to seal off the infection by forming new bone. The sequestrum will drain through the sinus. Biopsy of the sinus is not representative. Multiple deep samples are needed. Biopsy of the sinus is important in long standing cases of osteomyelitis to rule out squamous cell sarcoma.
Principles of surgical treatment for osteomyelitis:
Open the involucrum
Remove the sequestrum
Saucerize the bone: make sure a pathological fracture isn’t created. Stabilize if needed (external fixator is usually preferred)
Fill cavity with bone chips, cement or muscle flap if needed: antibiotics usually for 6 weeks (organism specific). Recurrence of infection is high – about 30%.

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Mental Health Monday: Self Care



Taking the time, to take care of yourself, is so important.

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#207 Does Adrenal Fatigue Exist? with Ari Whitten – Wendy Myers



Ari Whitten talks to us this week calling into question the existence of adrenal fatigue and his theories behind fatigue. Tired? You MUST tune in!

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-How the science calls into question the existence of adrenal fatigue
-The actual cause of fatigue
-How ‘adrenal fatigue’ and chronic fatigue share the exact same symptoms
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-Ari’s program for increasing energy

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chronic fatigue syndrome diet / The Natural, Permanent and 100% Safe



chronic fatigue syndrome diet Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Solution Review: http://tinyurl.com/gpdos67
In this video, I talk about the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Solution Treatment by Jennifer Nolan. It is my Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Solution review based on personal experience. I had been diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) some years ago and suffered from persistent tiredness, inability to exercise, lack of motivation, stress and anxiety. I also suffered from brain fog, and I’d find myself struggling for words and having very bad short term memory. CFS can really wrack havoc on your life and be a total killer on your social life.

Doctors repeatedly told me that a chronic fatigue syndrome treatment was unknown. I was put on countless medications and prescription sleeping aids, none of which provided lasting relief. I was very stress with CFS, especially because none of my friends and family seemed to understand it. I had no energy in life and had totally stopped to socialise. And then I heard about chronic fatigue syndrome solution ebook and decided to download chronic fatigue syndrome solution pdf. It came with a money-back guarantee, so I really had nothing to lose as the author promised that if I was not satisfied, I would get chronic fatigue syndrome solution free.

It was very easy to read and understand. Jennifer Nolan has done a fantastic job compiling the information and providing a step-by-step chronic fatigue syndrome solution treatment. I immediately started following the advice and got in touch with Nolan as she was offering 3 months of free private mentoring. She was amazing and extremely helpful, something I really want to highlight in this chronic fatigue syndrome solution review. I believe she was crucial for my CFS cure and getting rid of CFS forever.
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Using this chronic fatigue syndrome solution treatment, I started feeling better in the first week. I slept better – quicker and would sleep for a whole 8 hours. I would wake up with more energy and more motivated to life in general. During all my years with CFS I had grown into apathy, but now that was changing. As I mention in this chronic fatigue syndrome solution review, this ebook changed my life.

I started getting back into exercise and I felt that too accelerated my healing process. I used the supplements suggested by Nolan in her chronic fatigue syndrome treatment system and adopted her diet. It wasn’t hard at all and I actually enjoyed the change. Day by day, I would feel my energy returning and my brain fog was getting less. As you can probably see in this chronic fatigue syndrome solution review, I was ecstatic with the results. You need to be a CFS sufferer to appreciate this; to realise how hard CFS can be in your life and what a chronic fatigue syndrome cure means to people like us.

If you are a CFS sufferer I highly recommend Jennifer Nolan’s Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Treatment, because as I state in this “chronic fatigue syndrome solution review”, I was cured from this condition within 2 months. In addition you get a 2 month money back guarantee and 3 months of private mentoring from health consultant and nutritionist Jennifer Nolan. Get started now by clicking on this link:

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The Clay Cure: Natural Healing from the Earth | Ebook



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Complete information on this natural and gentle dietary supplement that is effective in treating a wide range of illnesses. Contains complete, up-to-date information on choosing the appropriate clay and how to use it for specific ailments. Discusses the science and history of clay ingestion and its nutritional value. Resource section includes information on where to buy clay supplements and health products. An exceptional source of minerals, clay has been ingested as a nutritional supplement and detoxifier throughout the world for thousands of years. This book reveals the benefits of that ancient wisdom and the use of clay powders, capsules, or liquid gels to address numerous problems. Naturally absorbent and extremely gentle on the system, clay can treat ailments affecting digestion, circulation, menstruation, and the liver, skin, and prostate. Clay also remedies symptoms of arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, gum diseases, and migraines. The Clay Cure contains complete and up-to-date information on choosing the appropriate type and form of clay, how and when to take it for your specific complaint, the science and history of ingesting clay, and the value of minerals contained in the many varieties of clay.

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Lyme Disease | Brain Fog | Chronic Fatigue: You Can Get Well


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Chagas disease far deadlier than previously thought



A new study has found that Chagas disease may have been underreported as a cause of death.

The study, published in the journal PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases, was led by researchers from the University of Sao Paulo in Brazil. The researchers sampled more than 8,000 people who donated blood from 1996 to 2000 and found 2,842 donors tested positive for Chagas disease at the time of blood donation. It was recorded that 159 of the Chagas-positive blood donors died during the 14-year time frame.

Those in the study with Chagas had a two to three times higher risk of dying, and 17 times more likely to develop cardiac disease, Ester Cerdeira Sabino, who co-led the study team, told CNN.

Chagas is transmitted by the triatomine bug, which is called the kissing bug because it bites sleeping humans near the eyes and lips. Kissing bugs defecate in or near the broken skin when they feed, transferring the Trypanosoma cruzi parasite into the bloodstream.

Chagas causes flu-like symptoms that subside after a few months, but it can reappear years or decades later as heart disease. The authors of the study found that Chagas was not reported as a cause of death in 42 percent of people in the study who died from cardiac disease, suggesting it has been underreported as a cause of death.

“What the parasite does to the body takes a long time; (it) slowly goes into the heart and destroys it,” Sabino told CNN. “We have measured accurately the risk of death, (as) a lot of mortality data doesn’t account for Chagas.”

Chagas has been identified by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as one of five neglected parasitic infections that require public health action. The CDC estimates there are 300,000 cases in the U.S. Kissing bugs have been reported in 28 U.S. states, mostly in the South.

There is currently no vaccine against the disease.
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Mycetoma Clinical Trial Begins



The first major clinical trial for mycetoma – with a treatment developed by the Japanese pharmaceutical company Eisai – is raising hope for patients in desperate need of better treatments for this neglected disease. This is the first ever double-blind study for mycetoma, a disease so neglected that it only recently was added to WHO list of neglected tropical diseases.

The study is being conducted by DNDi and the Mycetoma Research Centre in Khartoum, Sudan, together with Eisai which is providing the trial drug fosravuconazole.

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I’VE BEEN SICK ALL MY LIFE? (Why I Post Inconsistently)



get to know me and my story about my illnesses and various medical problems i’ve faced over the years….the short version. No matter what you’re personally struggling with, rather it’s mentally, physically, or both; please never doubt that you are loved and worth the fight. Everybody has a unique story and unique challenges they’re faced with and no mental or physical struggles make you less of a person than everyone else. For those who have illnesses similar or the same as ehlers danlos syndrome, complex regional pain syndrome, chronic depression, etc: your pain is not in your head, you’re not crazy, your feelings are valid, and it can get better. There’s always going to be bad days every once in awhile but the good thing is they are eventually followed by amazing days. Don’t let the bad outweigh the good, try your best to always stay positive and find something you’re passionate about in life to enjoy. I apologize for not getting further in detail in this video about my medical issues and how i live with them, I just wanted to get this summary up and posted.

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Is Gluten Free Healthy? The REAL Truth About Grains: Thomas DeLauer



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Is Gluten Free Healthy? The REAL Truth About Grains: Thomas DeLauer

Those with gluten trouble should also be cautious with other grains because of proteins known as prolamins

Prolamins are proteins that exist in the seeds of cereal grains.

Prolamins

Gluten consists of a prolamin and a glutelin.

Prolamins are storage proteins, and they are the “hardware stores” of the wheat structure that distribute amino acids central to the plant’s development.

Glutelin is the “glue” that holds these hardware stores together.

Wheat gluten itself consists of the prolamin gliadin and the glutelin glutenin

Gliadin stimulates zonulin, the traffic cop of the gut lining, to allow it to pass into our digestive tract largely undigested and interacting with tissue transglutaminase (tTG), an enzyme found throughout the body

Tissue transglutaminase is a critical part of how the body functions, and specifically, how the tight junctions in the microvilli (think hairy fingers) in our gut are formed

When tTG interacts with gliadin, it creates antibodies – enzyme that is such an important part of our body is now bad – body attacks itself

Celiac disease is one of the most well-known gluten-related diseases, and those with the disease are advised to avoid more than wheat.
● Roughly 1% of people have celiac disease

Besides wheat, the following grains contain prolamins:

Grain Prolamin Protein
Wheat Gliadin
Barley
Hordein
Oats Avenin
Corn Zein
Rye Secalin
Sorghum Karirin

Not all prolamins are believed to trigger celiac disease – the main ones are those from wheat, barley, and rye. Oats can be a trigger for some.

So how do prolamins and gluten relate?
● The prolamin gliadin in wheat is the main protein that is believed to trigger celiacs, and gliadin is one of the proteins that makes up gluten

Prolamins can cause more problems than just celiacs disease

For those who react negatively to them, they can cause:
● Brain fog
● Joint pain
● Thyroid issues
● Chronic inflammation
● Increase intestinal permeability

Many of the negative effects are due to a proinflammatory immune response to prolamins

In studies it was found that an increased production of proinflammatory cytokines occurred for both celiac patients as well as healthy controls, however the impact was greater for those with celiac disease.

Studies have confirmed that gluten-sensitivity exists, and many who experience IBS have gluten sensitivity

Case Study: In a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study on 34 patients with IBS and without celiac disease, it was found that those who followed the gluten-free diet experienced fewer IBS symptoms, pain, fatigue, and bloating as compared with those who consumed the gluten diet.
● 34 patients
● 6 weeks of a gluten-free diet with exception of two bread slices and one muffin per day. Either with gluten or gluten-free
● The mechanism was not discovered as tests did not generate significant differences between the groups, however the reported symptoms were significantly less for those without gluten

If you have a sensitivity to gluten, it is a good idea to replace grains with starchy vegetables, such as sweet potatoes and beets

For everyone, it is a good idea to cut grains out for a week and reintroduce them one at a time to see if you have any sensitivity

Prolamins – signal same antibody as gluten because so similar – more on promelains

References:

1. Prolamin
http://www.allergy-details.com/gluten-allergy-c/prolamin/

2. Wheat starch, gliadin, and the gluten-free diet
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11762742

3. The dietary intake of wheat and other cereal grains and their role in inflammation
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3705319/

4. Gluten causes gastrointestinal symptoms in subjects without celiac disease
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21224837