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Posts for: October, 2013

By contactus@sherylclarkmd.com
October 25, 2013
 
Perhaps another good reason to eat salmon, sardines, and mackerel, or flax and hemp seeds. A very good omega-3 supplement with the correct dose and ratio of DHA to EPA is that by Allergy Research Corp. Take two per day.

salmon fish alzheimershttp://healthland.time.com/2012/02/28/omega-3s-may-guard-against-brain-decline/


By contactus@sherylclarkmd.com
October 23, 2013

Vitamin D plays such an important role in our health.  Now it appears it is more effective than even the flu vaccine against flu    In my practice, I try to optimize my patients' vitamin D levels via application of potent topical antioxidants on a regular basis, which makes it safe for you to expose yourself to the sun's rays for short periods of time withpout sunscreen on. These antioxidants include Vitamin C and green tea polyphenols. The fiormulation, strength and pH ar critical, so only certain products are effective.

Vitamin D Proven More Effective Than Both Anti-Viral Drugs and Vaccines At Preventing The Flu |...
worldhealth.net
 

http://worldhealth.net/forum/thread/99358/vitamin-d-proven-more-effective-than-bo/?page=1#post-99358

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Green Tea Compound Fights Cancer


By contactus@sherylclarkmd.com
October 17, 2013
Category: Uncategorized
Tags: Untagged

Marathon runners who are not in peak condition do get changes in cardiac function indicating some damage to their hearts durig a marathon run. these changes do revert by three months back to normal. If I were planning to run a marathon, I would consult a cardiologisit and have at minimum an EKG and stress test first.

Marathoners experience transient heart changes

The effects of exercise on LDL
The effects of exercise on LDL

HealthDay News -- Marathon runners, particularly those who are less fit or less trained, may experience transient impairments in heart function, study findings indicate.

Although everything returns to normal after 30 days, adverse cardiac changes often occur in the two days following a marathon, with the most pronounced changes occurring in the least fit athletes, Valerie Gaudreault, MD, from Université Laval in Québec City, and colleagues reported in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology.

http://www.clinicaladvisor.com/marathoners-experience-transient-heart-changes/article/316331/?DCMP=EMC-CA_UPDATE&cpn=eliqcard&spMailingID=7187484&spUserID=MTE3MTc4MTE4MjAS1&spJobID=93548598&spReportId=OTM1NDg1OTgS1

 


By contactus@sherylclarkmd.com
October 14, 2013
Tags: Rashes from gluten  

The concept of sensitivity to gluten without full-blown intolerance and celiac sprue or dermatitis herpetiformis is very interesting to me. I believe patients can develop hypersensitivity rashes and gastrointestinal symtoms of irritable bowel that improve with gluten avoidance.

Gluten Sensitivity Without Celiac Disease — A New Twist

www.jwatch.org

http://www.jwatch.org/na32277/2013/09/19/gluten-sensitivity-without-celiac-disease-new-twist?query=topic_nutrition

 


By contactus@sherylclarkmd.com
October 14, 2013
Category: Psoriasis
Tags: comorbid disease  

A new study in the New England Journal of Medicine confirm a link between psoriasis and peripheral vascular disease and cardiovascular disease, as well as demonstrate some new associations including peptic ulcer disease, arthriitis other than psoriatic arthritis, and kidney disease. it also shows that the risk is higher with more severe psoriasis.

confirm an association between psoriasis and cardiovascular and peripheral vascular disease and validate the link between psoriasis severity and risk for other disease. Some relatively new associations are demonstrated, including with peptic ulcer disease, renal disease, and rheumatologic disease other than psoriatic arthritis. - See more at: http://www.jwatch.org/na32085/2013/09/13/psoriasis-and-co-morbid-disease-dose-response-relation#sthash.m2zzDhha.dpuf
confirm an association between psoriasis and cardiovascular and peripheral vascular disease and validate the link between psoriasis severity and risk for other disease. Some relatively new associations are demonstrated, including with peptic ulcer disease, renal disease, and rheumatologic disease other than psoriatic arthritis. - See more at: http://www.jwatch.org/na32085/2013/09/13/psoriasis-and-co-morbid-disease-dose-response-relation#sthash.m2zzDhha.dpuf
Psoriasis and Co-Morbid Disease: A Dose Response in Relation to Psoriasis Severity
www.jwatch.org

 

http://www.jwatch.org/na32085/2013/09/13/psoriasis-and-co-morbid-disease-dose-response-relation

confirm an association between psoriasis and cardiovascular and peripheral vascular disease and validate the link between psoriasis severity and risk for other disease. Some relatively new associations are demonstrated, including with peptic ulcer disease, renal disease, and rheumatologic disease other than psoriatic arthritis. - See more at: http://www.jwatch.org/na32085/2013/09/13/psoriasis-and-co-morbid-disease-dose-response-relation#sthash.Zdaja8QN.dpuf