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Disulfiram: A New Tool in the Fight Against Lyme

By Dr. Jean

Disulfiram is a non-antibiotic medication currently being used for patients with persistent Lyme disease. This is the story of how this old medication became a new tool for a very common and debilitating condition.

Bay Area Lyme Foundation 9/16/19

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Disulfiram as Anti-Cancer Drug?

By Dr. Jean

Disulfiram as anti-cancer drug. Disulfiram is also being used by some clinicians to treat persistent Lyme disease and Babesiosis.

Newsweek Article–Disulfiram 12/10/17

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Herbs & Essential Oils Kill Persister Forms of Lyme Disease Bacteria

By Dr. Jean

Herbs and essential oils have been used for treatment of persistent Lyme disease for quite some time, but Western medicine has been slow to adopt these treatment modalities. Dr. Zhang, a researcher at Johns Hopkins, has been investigating herbs and plant based medicines as treatment for persistent Lyme disease and has demonstrated that certain combinations are quite effective at killing this bacteria.

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health-Herbs for Persistent Lyme 12/3/18

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The Mystery of Lyme

By Dr. Jean

Lyme Disease is Baffling Even to the Experts. Here a journalist shares their own story.

The Atlantic Article-Lyme 9/2019

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What Is Driving Chronic Arthritis in Lyme Disease?

By Dr. Jean

A Virginia Tech researcher discovers a peptidoglycan shed by Lyme bacteria that is responsible for ongoing arthritis, which may lead to future treatment options.

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News-Lyme Arthritis 6/18/19

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Immune Balance

By Dr. Jean

Immune system balance is key to achieving health and longevity. This is a nice summary of why balance is so important and provides some very simple ways to achieve this–such as improving sleep quality/duration, meditation/stress reduction and nutrition.

New York Times Article-Immune

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How Exercise Affects Our Memory

By Dr. Jean

Recent studies show how exercise can change our brains and improve memory.

New York Times Article-Exercise 5/1/19

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Circadian Rhythm & Timing of Meals

By Dr. Jean

New research shows that timing of meals can have a significant impact on our circadian rhythm.

University of Manchester-Circadian Rhythm 4/25/19

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Alzheimer’s Disease & ECGC

By Dr. Jean

Alzheimer’s symptoms reversed in USC mice with compounds (EGCG + Ferulic Acid) found in green tea and certain foods like carrots, oats, tomatoes, rice.

USC News-Alzheimer’s Disease 3/6/19

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How Sleep Can Fight Infection

By Dr. Jean

How does good quality sleep improve your immune system? New research from Germany clarifies the role sleep plays in T cell activation–which is important for preventing many viral and bacterial infections as well as cancer.

Science Daily/ Rockefeller University Press 2/12/19

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