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Kawasaki Disease/Syndrome - Detroit alternative medicine | Examiner.com

The Steven-Johnson Syndrome - Detroit alternative medicine | Examiner.com

Alternative Therapies Fight Fatigue In Cancer Survivors - Detroit alternative medicine | Examiner.com

Patients With COPD Have Greater Risk For Shingles - Detroit alternative medicine | Examiner.com

Nitrous Oxide A Triumphant Return For Labor Pain ? - Detroit Women’s Health | Examiner.com

Bronchitis Patients Increase Mucus By Smoking - Detroit alternative medicine | Examiner.com

Cancer Prevention Kick Up Your Heels And Dance - Detroit Women’s Health | Examiner.com

Science Confirms Spinal Manipulation Safe And Effective - Detroit alternative medicine | Examiner.com

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The Knee A New Organ - Detroit alternative medicine | Examiner.com

The Knee A New Organ - Detroit alternative medicine | Examiner.com

At Home Physical Therapy Just As Beneficial - Detroit alternative medicine | Examiner.com

Fruits and Veggies May Trigger Kid’s Allergies Not Lower - Detroit alternative medicine | Examiner.com

Botox Of Little Use For Migraines - Detroit alternative medicine | Examiner.com

Sunlight, Vitamin D, MS Prevention - Detroit alternative medicine | Examiner.com

Sunlight, Vitamin D, MS Prevention - Detroit alternative medicine | Examiner.com: "Australia with its picturesque outdoors may have just also provided a benefit by decreasing rates of multiple sclerosis (MS). At least that is what research from the Australian National University is saying.

The Ausimmune Study organized by Associate Professor Robyn Lucas from ANU College of Medicine, Biology and Environment, along with researchers spanning Australia. They had discovered people who are outside in the sun more and those with high levels of Vitamin D, may be at less risk to develop MS.

MS an autoimmune disease that affects the central nervous system and has puzzled researchers who are still searching for its cause and cure. This study is published in today's issue of Neurology, a medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology, took a step closer to the comprehension of risk factors that could lead to MS.

Professor Lucas stated many people who experience initial symptoms of the…

Immune System Boost Get Chiropractic Care - Detroit alternative medicine | Examiner.com

New Parkinson’s Treatment Hopeful For Motor Control - Detroit alternative medicine | Examiner.com

Lewy Body Dementia - Detroit alternative medicine | Examiner.com

Higher Risk Of Hip Fractures For Breast Cancer Survivors - Detroit Women’s Health | Examiner.com

Lyme Disease Associated Arthritis - Detroit alternative medicine | Examiner.com

ErgoFlex Natural Joint Formula Makes The Grade - Detroit alternative medicine | Examiner.com