As many of you know I have a significant concern about GERD related infections especially involving the lungs and sinuses. Hiatal hernias are quite often in patients with underlying GERD related infections. Niaya Solomon has once again did, an excellent job
Last year I became aware of a syndrome that explains so much for many patients that I have that can't seem to get better despite the best efforts of traditional medicine. Since that time I have met and worked with Dr.
What are the Symptoms & Treatment for Epstein-Barr Virus? Chronic Active Epstein-Barr is a real disease entity that can affect many here in the United States. Unfortunately, since fatigue is one of the more common complaints with this illness it is
Is it a Pseudomonas Sinus Infection? Let's take a look A patient came to see me recently who I had treated for refractory Stenotrophomonas maltophilia sinusitis some twelve years ago. Since that time, she had been doing okay, but over
Living With CVID Guest Post by Cat Latuszek Indisposed But Not Inanimate by CVID There are a lot of questions I get asked on a frequent basis, the most common (and least insulting) of which is “how do you do it?”
Last Week I joined on a Webinar on A4M with other ID Experts regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. Scroll down to Week 1 Webinar and Click Watch Now. My part starts at 12:40 mins https://www.a4m.com/covid-19.html Here are the COVID Presentation Slides Info
COVID-19 A Look at What We Know: By: Alex Pugliese 04.12.2020 Thanks to the efforts by scientists, public health researchers, and front-line responders, we have learned quite a bit about COVID-19 just within the last two months. Here is the
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