January 2019

The discovery that Candida can cross the blood-brain barrier is surprising and threatening. Once in the brain it stimulates the production of amyloid precursor proteins and amyloid beta molecules which form the toxic brain plaques characteristic of Alzheimer’s. Click here to learn more.

Popular high-protein diets can create nutritional deficiencies and have inherent risks for individuals with liver or kidney conditions. Click here to learn more.


A means for early diagnosis of colon cancer, and perhaps other types of cancer, has emerged with the discovery of enzymes that inhabit cancerous cells and can be targeted for treatment. Click here to learn more.

Inorganic phosphate is a common food additive that may be making us lazy. It is in processed meats, canned fish and sodas and is found to not only directly increase health risks but also indirectly by decreasing time spent engaged in physical activity. Click here to learn more.

An immune response may well be an alternate route to controlling high blood pressure. Click here to learn more.

It is a micro-Universe of form and function and a vital part of the complex transport system affecting our total health and immune response. Findings indicate a review of osteoporosis medications which may impede capillary performance. Click here to learn more.

There are increased risks for delirium for anyone postop which increases risks for adverse outcomes. However, studies are showing a strong association of occurrence of delirium and observed hypotension before and after surgery. Click here to learn more.

Preventative measures to ensure newborns avoid the risk of chronic Hepatitis B as an adult includes being vaccinated within 24 hours of life. Click here to learn more. ABSTRACT

Genetic disorders are a tough call. Apps have been developed that can read facial-features with rare accuracy that can prompt further testing and avoiding misdiagnosis and treatment delays. Click here to learn more.