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Sam Shor’s paper on CFS and Seronegative Lyme

Dr. Shor did an elegant study that suggests that some patients, who fit the Center for Disease control criteria for Chronic Fatigue syndrome, have seronegative Lyme disease. This means the patient do not meet the Center for Disease control criteria for Lyme disease, but have other criteria suggesting that they have Borrelia infection. The criteria…

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Can bioidentical hormones be protective to heart disease?

Evidence that estrogen especially transdermal ( a patch or a gel to put on the skin) and that natural progesterone protect women against cardiac events is mounting. The first careful study to suggest this was the PEPI (the postmenopausal estrogen/progestin intervenions study). Download entire study. Background Observational studies in healthy women suggest postmenopausal hormone therapy…