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There`s no question that our backs have become the parts of our body most likely to malfunction. Back pain is now a global epidemic and the second most common reason why people visit the doctor. It`s been called an epidemic even by government organizations like the Department of Environmental Safety, Sustainability & Risk at the University of Maryland.
As much as the medical community likes to discredit Andrew Wakefield for his theory about the MMR link to autism, research keeps supporting his central argument: autism is somehow related to the gut
Sterilization is supposed to be a simple procedure with no side-effects, but after Janine Brockway suffered 36 symptoms, she realized she was just another patient with PTLS, a problem doctors still deny existsAfter having had two children by C-section-and with another on the way-Janine Brockway decided her family was complete, so she sat down with the doctor to discuss sterilization
Last month's WDDTY carried a feature withthe headline: 'Autism: It's all in the gut'
As the discredited Andrew Wakefield observed years ago, children with autism are far more likely to suffer gastro-intestinal (GI) problems such as constipation, diarrhea and food sensitivities
Irritable bowel disease (IBS) is a real disease, and it's not "all in the head" as many doctors believe, new research has concluded