Category: Health Conditions

  • MELISA® Testing for Diagnosis and Treatment of Metal-Induced Diseases (Lecture)

    Vera Stejskal, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of Immunology at University of Stockholm, Sweden. She is founder and preident of the MELISA® MEDICA Foundation, which is dedicated to the science of metal allergy and its diagnosis when treating chronic diseases such as chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalopathy (CFS /ME), multiple sclerosis (MS) or other autoimmune and allergic […]

  • The Toxicity of Mercury and Its Relationship to Neurological Illnesses and Oxidative Stress (Lecture)

    Boyd E. Haley, Ph.D. is professor emeritus and former chairman of the Department of Chemistry at the University of Kentucky. He is president and CEO of CTI Science, a Lexington, Kentucky-based bio-technology firm. Haley is also a CONEM member. In this lecture, Professor Haley talks about mercury and other heavy metals, and their relationship to neurological illnesses (especially […]

  • The Fundamentals of Magnesium (Lecture)

    This is a presentation by the American physician and naturopathic doctor Carolyn Dean. She is Medical Director of the Nutritional Magnesium Association, and has been at the forefront of health issues for more than 30 years. Dr. Dean is author and coauthor of numerous books, including The Magnesium Miracle. She is a CONEM member. A great deal of attention has been […]

  • The Scientific Basis of IVC for Cancer (Lecture)

    Michael Gonzalez, D.Sc., Ph.D. reviews in this lecture various cancer therapies and the scientific basis for IV-C treatment. Intravenous ascorbate (IVC) is used as a chemotherapeutic and biologic response modifier. Dr. Gonzalez is Professor at the Nutrition Program, School of Public Health in the Medical Sciences Campus, University of Puerto Rico. He is a CONEM member. This lecture was held […]

  • The Cholesterol Campaign and Its Misleading Dietary Advices (Lecture)

    Uffe Ravnskov, M.D., Ph.D., is a Danish independent researcher, specialist in internal medicine and nephrology, and a former private medical practitioner in Sweden. He is the creator and spokesman of THINCS, The International Network of Cholesterol Skeptics, an organization that includes more than 100 researchers and other university graduates from all over the world. Ravnskov is also a […]

  • The Role of Zinc and Copper in Autism Spectrum Disorders

    Children with Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) appear to be at risk for zinc (Zn) deficiency, copper (Cu) toxicity, have often low Zn/Cu ratio, and often disturbed metallothionein (MT) system functioning. The evidence presented in this paper suggests that providing Zn to autistic children may be an important component of a treatment protocol, especially in children with Zn deficiency. It is […]

  • An Integrative Approach to ADHD (Lecture)

    An Integrative Approach to ADHD (Lecture)

    Professor Sanford Newmark, MD, a CONEM member, explores in this lecture (2014) the importance of the Integrative Approach-seeing the child in the context of family, friends, school, and community, rather than as a set of symptoms that need to be fixed. Dr. Newmark is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University […]

  • Ketogenic Diet: A Treatment for Epilepsy

    You might have heard the term “brain food” used to describe food that’s good for you. Doctors at Mayo Clinic say there really is a diet that benefits the brain. But this diet is not for everybody. It’s for kids who have epilepsy, and it’s based on extremely high fats and very few carbs. More […]

  • …First Do No Harm

    This is a 1997 television film, directed by Jim Abrahams, about a boy whose severe epilepsy, unresponsive to medications with terrible side effects, is controlled by the ketogenic diet. Aspects of the story mirror Abrahams’ own experience with his son Charlie. When Lori Reimuller learns that her young son Robbie has epilepsy, she first trusts the judgment […]