All posts by Dr Sladic

09

Dec'19

Hair dyes and relaxers linked to significant cancer risk

It is hard being a woman in a society that disapproves of aging women and favors straight hair. In fact, …

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01

Dec'19

New study shows mold triggers brain-based issues

Landlords dismiss it, friends and family think you’re making it up, and doctors have no idea what you’re talking about …

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24

Nov'19

New study links inflammation with brain fog

A new study has shown what we have known for some time in functional medicine: Chronic inflammation causes brain fog …

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18

Nov'19

Exercise shown to improve autoimmunity outcomes

Exercise may seem like a bad idea when you feel run down, in pain, or fatigued from an autoimmune disease. …

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10

Nov'19

Autism presents much differently in girls than boys

The popular perception of autism is a very male version — girls and women with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) can …

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03

Nov'19

Coffee enemas can help manage Hashimoto’s

The first time you hear about coffee enemas can leave you feeling confused and a little weirded out. But the …

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27

Oct'19

How to avoid autoimmune flares during holiday travels

As if managing an autoimmune condition isn’t hard enough, traveling and holiday schedules can make it downright daunting. Staying with …

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21

Oct'19

What leaky gut is and why you should care

If you have been researching how to improve your health, you may have heard of leaky gut, also known as …

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12

Oct'19

Why it’s important to filter your drinking water

Although tap water is treated to prevent waterborne diseases, you still need to filter your tap water for truly clean …

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02

Oct'19

How you were born could shape the rest of your life thanks to the effects of bacteria at birth

Whether you’re fat or thin, anxious or relaxed, sickly or resilient — this could all stem from the way you …

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