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Chandler Marrs

Reducing Brain Inflammation with Vitamin B6

Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 /

Among the many symptoms of vaccine adverse reactions is brain inflammation, often considered idiopathic or of unknown origins. There are a number of potential culprits underlying vaccine related brain inflammation, including the virus vectors, the neurotoxic adjuvants or the cocktail … Read More


Philippa Bridge-Cook

Bladder Pain Syndrome – Interstitial Cystitis

Thursday, September 11th, 2014 /

Symptoms of pain related to the bladder, urinary urgency and/or frequency affect up to 12 million Americans and can range from uncomfortable to extremely debilitating. These symptoms can affect both men and women, although they are more common in women. … Read More


Leslie Wakefield

Often Injured, Rarely Treated: Tailbone Misalignment

Wednesday, September 10th, 2014 /

Chronic lower back discomfort. Stiff neck. Pelvic floor dysfunction such as pain with intercourse or urinary incontinence. Inability to sit squarely or for long periods of time. Pain with bowel movements. These are symptoms I see commonly grouped together in … Read More


Lisa Bloomquist FQ

Shades of Grey – The Good and Bad of Fluoroquinolones

Tuesday, September 9th, 2014 /

A friend of mine recently commented on one of my posts about fluoroquinolone toxicity, “I totally appreciate these articles and my heart goes out to those suffering, but are there people who have benefited from these antibiotics? I’m not trying … Read More


Derrick Lonsdale, MD

HPV Vaccine Reactions: A Response to Walking on the Edge of a Sword

Thursday, September 4th, 2014 /

This post is an attempt to answer the questions raised by the extraordinary post vaccination medical history of this 16 year old girl. Of all the HPV vaccine histories that have been recorded on “Hormones Matter” this is, in my … Read More


Mark Sloan, MD

Unintended Consequences: Cesarean Birth, Gut Microbiota, and Child Health

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014 /

When I first learned some years ago that cesarean birth was associated with an increased risk of childhood asthma and eczema, I eagerly awaited the rest of the story. What could the link possibly be? Epidurals? Anesthetics? Antibiotics? Something strange … Read More


Debra Anderson

Living with Ehlers Danlos is Hell

Thursday, August 28th, 2014 /

I have Ehlers Danlos. On top that disease, I was given fluoroquinolone antibiotics and suffered a severe reaction which then lead to a rare and deadly fungal infection called Glabrata. This is what I have lived through over the three … Read More


Lisa Bloomquist FQ

Fluoroquinolone Antibiotics Linked to Diabetes Onset

Wednesday, August 27th, 2014 /

What are the risk factors for type 2 diabetes? Obesity and a high-sugar diet, right?  Those are the most highly publicized factors that can lead to an onset of type 2 diabetes – but they’re not the whole picture. Numerous … Read More


Chandler Marrs

High Blood Pressure in Women: Could Progesterone be to Blame?

Monday, August 25th, 2014 /

High blood pressure develops for a number of reasons, with poor diet, lack of exercise and medication key contributors to chronic hypertension. Explaining high blood pressure in young, otherwise active, athletic and healthy individuals is difficult at best, but when … Read More