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A high folic acid intake could lead to lowered immunity to viruses and cancer.
A new study finds that overeating could lead to depression and anxiety.
Early life exercise could be linked to lasting brain and metabolic health
A new study finds that the previously thought harmless Raynaud’s phenomenon could lead to increased mortality in women.
Use of opioids for longer than 30 days could cause increased risk of depression.
It’s a tough call for many of us—should dysautonomia patients get the flu vaccine? We often times will flare with symptoms after the vaccine, but is the flare worse than the flare we’d experience with the flu? It’s a decision each one of us grapples with every year! Here’s an…
Yet another new gene found for EDS! It’s name? B3GALT6 (kinda’ catchy!)
MUST READ article explaining how TNX deficiency may account for most of the Hypermobility forms of EDS! Better yet? This deficiency can actually be beneficial to the heart!
A case of venous thrombosis in EDS. ONE CASE, Dr. Diana asks. Her research is showing a high prevalence of venous thromboses in EDS patients, even without genetic abnormalities of clotting.
Important information for those of us with vascular disorders. Watch those diet sodas!
A patient develops dysautonomia when struck by lightening. No one knows why he develops Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome!
Abstract discussing how the diagnosis of EDS is often missed prior to surgery—complicating the procedure and recovery. Surgeons! You don’t want to miss this!
Great for your doctors! This article states that anesthetics are less effective in EDS, Hypermobile form.
One reason Dr. Diana is trying to find and treat the SOURCE of POTS / Dysautonomia . EDS/POTS patients are prone to developing a vast array of autoimmune disorders, including M.S., Rheumatoid Arthritis, psoriasis, etc. This article explains why the typical recommendation of salt loading may harm us (and our…
A new study finds that anxiety could lead to decreased brain function and increased risk of dementia.
A new study finds that people with apple shaped bodies are at a higher risk for binge eating
Researchers find a new way to determine when and why blood clots form