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Lyme Disease Vocabulary

What is Lyme Disease? Lyme Disease is the fastest growing vector-borne illness in the United States (surpassing AIDS 6-fold). It is an infectious disease caused by the bacteria 'Borrelia Burgdorferi' which is transmitted by ticks. Annually there are over 300,000 new cases of Lyme Disease, and it is growing every year. The symptoms of Lyme Disease begin in acute stages where treatment can prevent and stop any major illness. However, if it is not caught then the...

2017 Lyme Disease Statistics

The CDC’s 2017 Lyme disease statistics are in: 42,743 “reported” cases. Using the CDC’s own estimate that Lyme is under-reported by a factor of 10, that’s puts the yearly number at closer to 427, 430 cases, the highest it’s ever been. “Reported” means only those cases that meet the CDC’s surveillance criteria for confirmed and probable cases. This number leaves out tens of thousands of diagnosed cases of Lyme that fail to meet that rigid...

Vector Borne Pathogens Trace History To The Jurassic Period

Mosquitoes and ticks trapped in amber, still carrying ancient infections, yield important clues about the spread of vector-borne diseases. The microorganisms that cause malaria, leishmaniasis and a variety of other illnesses today can be traced back at least to the time of dinosaurs, according to a study of amber-preserved blood-sucking insects and ticks. In addition to demonstrating the antiquity of vectors and their long-term association with parasitic microorganisms, the findings are remarkable for several reasons....

What NASA Research Tells Us About PEMF Therapy

Did you know that NASA research supports the efficacy of PEMF therapy? While astronauts have been sent to space for decades, you probably weren’t aware that astronauts would often feel sick upon their return to earth. NASA researched this for years, struggling to figure out what it was. How did NASA determine what the real problem was, and how to fix it? This article is going to share some valuable insight into NASA research, and how this supports...

Hyperthermia, Borrelia (Lyme) and Biofilms

Bacterial infections are responsible for over two million severe illnesses in the United States and are responsible for about 23 000 deaths annually.(1) A review published by Taylor Ibelli et al defined hyperthermia therapies as elevated temperatures applied locally, regionally, or to the whole body, for specific time intervals, that are routinely utilized in current medical practice. Most studies revolve around hyperthermia treatments for oncology; however, recent studies have indicated that similar benefits are possible...

Cancer and Hyperthermia treatments

Cancerous tissues are very susceptible. Heat can destroy cell membranes, effectively killing the cell. Heat also changes tumors’ microenvironment, making them more vulnerable to agents like chemo, radiation, or even vitamin C. Contact us at Life Health Centers for a consultation today. Hyperthermia—significant elevation of body temp—also can cause havoc, causing proteins to break down and harming cell membranes, which are proteins, to the point of melting. Damaged membranes have an impaired capacity to control permeability; things...

LYME 101 – vocabulary

Vocabulary for Lyme Diseases (Syndrome)   What is Lyme Disease? Lyme Disease is the fastest growing vector-borne illness in the United States (surpassing AIDS 6-fold). It is an infectious disease caused by the bacteria 'Borrelia Burgdorferi' which is transmitted by ticks. Annually there are over 300,000 new cases of Lyme Disease, and it is growing every year. The symptoms of Lyme Disease begin in acute stages where treatment can prevent and stop any major illness. However, if...

Foods to Slow the Effects of Aging

Everyone is trying to reverse the effects of aging on their skin to look and feel younger. Until someone has figured out time travel, there’s no escaping the reality that we will continue to age. However, there are many ways to slow the effects of aging on our skin, including some very cost-effective methods with food you can enjoy from your own home! Grapefruit: As a good source of Vitamin C, it acts as an...

Hyperthermia and Natural Fevers

Life Health Centers offers multiple unique modalities that better equip your body to combat disease. One of those modalities is hyperthermia, the process of artificially inducing fever like temperatures in the body. The benefits of pumping the body up to fever-like temperatures have been well documented in research. Temperatures above body-temperature trigger a variety of favorable physiological responses including activating our immune system. This article summarizes some of that research to better understand this modality. The...

Anti-Ageing Nutrition Tips

It’s never too late to try and slow down or even reverse the effects of ageing on your body, both aesthetically and internally. One of the best ways is by watching what you eat. Here are some nutrition tips to keep your body young! Eat antioxidants: A diet rich in meats, fruits, and vegetables packed with antioxidants help by protecting your cells against free radicals. Antioxidants such as Vitamin E, B, and beta-carotene help by...
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