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Archives for January 2014

Graves’ Thyroid Disease – Top Research Institutions To Bookmark + Research On Eye Disease Treatment, Possible Graves’ Vaccine

About a year ago, in honor of thyroid awareness month, we published an article detailing the current state of affairs in the world of Graves’ disease research, and what might lie on the horizon. Here we update readers on the latest progress in Graves’ thyroid research for Thyroid Disease Awareness Month by reviewing new developments from the past year and

Hashimoto’s Hypothyroidism – Top Research Institutions To Bookmark + Hashimoto’s Gut Microbiome Research

As we sit in the midst of 2014’s Thyroid Disease Awareness Month, it seems prudent to follow up on our article from last year detailing research and progress in the fight against Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.  Last January 2013, we presented a brief overview on Hashimoto’s thyroid research, which covered all major research efforts to date.  Below we continue this coverage by

Hello Hashimoto’s: A Functional Nutritionist’s Own Story of Life With Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis

The delicate dance of Hashimoto's autoimmune thyroid condition

Last summer I got a good taste of why babies scream inconsolably.  (At least the babies who have ear infections.) While on vacation with my son in Hawaii, I contracted an ear infection that made the sides of my head hot, swollen and pierced with excruciating pain; pain that reverberated from deep within my inner ear canal to my dangling lobe

A Very Thorough Overview of Autoimmunity and Gut Microbiome Research

Over the past two decades, researchers have been focusing heavily on the relationship between our intestinal contents and various diseases, trying to determine if there is a causal association.  Many had suspected for years prior to this that the two were somehow related, but without the evidence needed to support such suspicions.  Now the increased interest in this investigative area