Old Study – Parasitic worms may offer effective treatment for Crohn’s disease [14Dec04]

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I can’t believe this study was done back in 2004. Seriously folks, why isn’t this mainstream yet? Amplify’d from www.medicalnewstoday.com Parasitic worms, or helminths, may be an effective treatment for the chronic inflammatory bowel disorder, Crohn’s disease, suggests a small study in Gut. Helminths, such as roundworms and threadworms, are rare in developed countries, where […]

Science of Prayer – Proximity Could be Key to Success of Healing Prayer [03Aug10]

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When the faithful gather and lend their healing hands to one another then science gets a little less “scientific”. What do you think of using prayer? Are you a believer? Amplify’d from www.newswise.com Findings reported today from a new international study of healing prayer suggest that prayer for another person’s healing just might help — […]

Colloidal Silver: Miracle Elixir or Plague of the Living Dead? [14Jan08]

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This is a paper by a student. The “Plague of the Living Dead” in the title refers to the possibility of your skin turning bluish (zombie-like) if you consume it regularly over a long period of time. It’s called argyria and it’s very rare. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Argyria Amplify’d from serendip.brynmawr.edu Does colloidal silver really carry the medicinal […]

Crohn’s End: A Reflective Stream of Slow Medicine

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(Featured the original ”Crohn’s End” blog: Daniel’s stay in the hospital during his recovery from an emergency surgery due to a ruptured intestine) Greetings my fellow crohnies, friends, and family, I hope you’re having a beautiful Spring! Crohn’s End has been taking a break. We’ve had several new members join us in the past few […]

The Delightful Stay – Yes… I’m out now.

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(Featured the original “Crohn’s End” blog: Daniel’s stay in the hospital during his recovery from an emergency surgery due to a ruptured intestine.) There were no tubes dangling from me. There was no more “partner.” The next shift nurse would walk in and ask “where is your partner?” She’d be referring to the rack of IV fluids and monitors […]