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Migraines: they’re not all the same

by Immunoe

WHEN TO CALL THE DOCTOR? Not all migraines are the same. There are differences in severity, frequency and other characteristics that distinguish them from the ‘usual’ migraine. For this reason, it is important to contact your physician if you ever experience the following symptoms: A he …

Does Everyone Have Celiac Disease Now?

Does Everyone Have Celiac Disease Now? A letter from Dr. O’Brien It seems like every restaurant now has gluten free menu items.  Is this just another American fad like the South Beach Diet?  No, truth is, the wheat has changed.   After decades of hybridization (“genetically-modified& …

IMMUNOe: Leading the way in Medicine of the Future

IMMUNOe is currently involved in a number of studies that we believe with have a profound impact on medicine – and healthcare – of the future. One of the subjects of special interest to us is the increased presentation of asthma in the senior population. If you or a loved one, are appro …

New Year’s Resolutions and Asthma

How Allergy and Asthma triggers can ruin workout routines One of America’s favorite traditions for the end of the year is making New Year’s resolutions that have make some reference to eating healthy and losing weight in the new year. Surprisingly, some of those that start to exercise find that …

Winter Cold Sore’s – Why are they more common this time of year?

by Immunoe

We’re in that time of the year when people gather together to celebrate with family and the end of another year. Unfortunately, it’s also the time when we see a peak in cold sore flare ups. This is also due to the fact that it’s the season where people are more likely to get the &hell …

Hidden Food Allergies: What You Should Watch Out For

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  According to recent estimates, 15 million Americans are affected by food allergies, which makes it a very important health topic. Experts advise people to beware of allergy symptoms and be cautious with the food they consume daily. Allergens are often hidden in foods and other products that …

Staying Positive with Multiple Sclerosis

by Immunoe

  When living with multiple sclerosis (MS), managing your symptoms does require a proactive approach in your medical care, as well as in the way you approach life. MS does not have to be the only focus in your life. People living with MS have families, careers and a variety of hobbies. Remaini …

MS Holiday Survival Guide

by Immunoe

  Even though the holidays are all about the spirit, gifts and the food, if you take a closer look, you will actually understand that even these magical days have their hazards. The holidays can be stressful and complicated. Having multiple sclerosis though, might make the holiday preparation …

Diabetes and Holiday Wellness

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  Although diabetes and holidays may seem hard to combine, there are ways you can manage them both. Giving your self time to plan and complete your holiday tasks, making wise food choices, and being aware of your limits, are some of the best steps that can help manage your diabetes during thes …

Winter Tips for Eczema

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  Winter and our skin our not very good friends. Some would say that they are more like enemies. Why is that? Winter makes our skin dry, which can trigger eczema or worsen its symptoms. Here are some wintertime tips that can help us to better manage and ease the symptoms of eczema: Moisturize: …