The brain is the most metabolically active organ in the body and with all that metabolism there is a tremendous amount of toxic waste byproducts produced. One of these byproducts is known as beta amyloid. Recent studies have shown that the
Coronavirus Q+A with Doctor Dan Ketterer Originally posted on the IDCGA website.(Version 4.0, updated 4/6/20) My name is Dr. Daniel Ketterer, and I am an Infectious Disease physician practicing in Atlanta, Georgia. My purpose in writing this guide is to address
Can you use Hydroxychloroquine to combat Covid-19? Since the end of last week there has been a lot of mention about using hydroxychloroquine in the use of combating Covid-19. The question that is being asked is, why is a drug initially
For the past several years, I have been taking care of a patient who was morbidly obese. Due to the obesity, the patient had severe sleep apnea, mostly due to a very short, thick neck. The patient’s body habitus made her
This article was previously published in the IDF Advocate. Primary immunodeficiency diseases (PI) can be difficult for many, but it also may only be one of several diseases that they are trying to manage simultaneously. Over the past decade, people
Kiley's Story Dr. Pugliese, As per your request, I’m sharing my story with you in hopes that this will reach someone that is suffering like I was. I’ll never be able to fully tell you how grateful I am
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) - A Classic Case of CORE Syndrome My name is Trena. I am an intuitive abstract artist, a health and creative mindset coach and a marketing coordinator for a large hospital system in metro Atlanta.
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) - A Classic Case of CORE Syndrome Recently I saw a patient who I have not seen for several months. The patient had refractory chronic sinusitis with recurrent bronchitis for several years. She had been