Posts Tagged "Research"

Study links autistic children back to mothers who had chronic respiratory ailments, inflammation during pregnancy

Posted on Nov 23, 2018 in Autism

(Natural News) Clinical trials have shown an association between the autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and maternal immune activation (MIA), an active immune response after an infectious exposure during pregnancy, but this study is the first one to examine its link to an increase in behavioral abnormalities in children. The connection between ASD and MIA is still largely unknown but research suggests than an immune system-mediated subtype of ASD is triggered by changes in the cellular activity such as antibody levels in the mother and/or child. Animal models have revealed that MIA is a risk...

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Speak to yourself nicely: People who say they are sickly are more likely to be, even if they’re physically active

Posted on Aug 2, 2018 in Health & Wellness

Hear what Dr. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have to say about this article on the May 7, 2018 Advanced Medicine Show It’s time to stop being too hard on yourself. According to a study, your perception of your fitness, especially compared to your peers, may affect your actual physical health. The study, which was led by researchers from Stanford University, had determined that individuals who believe they’re not as active as people who are the same age could be at risk of dying younger compared to those who perceive themselves as more active – even if both groups have the same activity levels....

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Wars keep on killing: Gulf War illness causes DNA damage in vets, according to new research

Posted on Apr 17, 2018 in Chronic Disease, Medical Rewind

Hear what Dr. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have to say about this article on the November 20, 2017  Advanced Medicine Show (Natural News) Gulf War Illness (GWI), or Gulf War Syndrome, is the name given to a cluster of chronic symptoms affecting Gulf War veterans and civilian workers. The cause behind these symptoms — which range from fatigue to joint pains to memory problems — has been studied and debated on for the longest time. Yet scientists from Rutgers Medical School and the Veterans Affairs New Jersey Health Care System may have found an another potential answer, and lingering effect...

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Microwaving Blood To Fight Against Malaria

Posted on Aug 11, 2011 in Chronic Disease, Health & Wellness

Microwaving Blood To Fight Against Malaria – How does it make you feel? Is it Ridiculous….they are recommending microwaving blood?  Dr. Buttar thinks so.   Read More Below: With the support of a Phase II grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Penn State materials scientists and medical researchers are working to develop a process to destroy malaria parasites in the blood using low-power microwaves. Dinesh Agrawal, professor of materials, and Jiping Cheng, senior research associate in the Penn State Materials Research Institute, are working with Penn State College of...

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