More New Research on the Gut-Brain Connection in Parkinson’s

As I’ve mentioned before, already having 2 friends with Parkinson’s has made me particularly interested in anything that might help.  Recently, research[i] came out showing that people who have had an operation called a truncal vagotomy – in which sections of the vagus nerve are removed – have a 40% less chance of developing Parkinson … More More New Research on the Gut-Brain Connection in Parkinson’s

My Trip to Moscow

Well, to sum it all up, my week in Moscow was a remarkable experience in so many different ways.  The city is magnificent – one of those places that is so saturated in history, that it permeates everything.  You feel it in your bones.  I strolled through Red Square, explored the Kremlin, glared at the … More My Trip to Moscow

GUEST POST: BY DR. WILLIAM PARKER, The Autism/Acetaminophen Link – Summary of Research

I am leaving for Russia in a little more than a week, to talk about the therapeutic use of helminths in autism at the Autism Challenges and Solutions Conference, in Moscow.  Also speaking there is Dr. William Parker, one of the foremost researchers into the immunological effects of helminths.  I have talked about William many … More GUEST POST: BY DR. WILLIAM PARKER, The Autism/Acetaminophen Link – Summary of Research

Yet Another Brood, re: IBD…Or…Another Big Judy Eye Roll

Ok, so…remember how I’ve told you that I was a brooder?  And that I didn’t let go of things once I’m angry or upset?  And, um, remember that I have been kinda fuming over that post[i] from a few weeks ago by Dr. Mercola?…the one I kinda promised to not talk about any more? Well, … More Yet Another Brood, re: IBD…Or…Another Big Judy Eye Roll