Healing of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: A Case Report

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, is a progressive and fatal neurodegenerative disease that causes selective … [Read more...]

Petition for the Release of Publicly Funded Research Data in the US on Mercury and Infants

Kaiser Permanente in the US used public funding to collect data and conduct a study on infants and mercury exposure. In their study, which had serious … [Read more...]

Only One-Fifth of Global Population Achieves Sufficient Vitamin E Status to Receive Functional Health Benefits

A recent study published in the International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research (1) establish that just 21% of the studies of the examined … [Read more...]

Digestive Enzyme Therapy: A Possible Option in Autism Spectrum Disorder

There is growing evidence for a gut-brain connection associated with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), which suggests a potential benefit for digestive … [Read more...]

Vitamin D Deficiency Correlates with Severity of Autism and Shows Improvement with Supplementation

Vitamin D deficiency has been previously reported in patients with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). However, the data on the relationship between … [Read more...]

Increased Frequency of Metal Allergy in Patients with Connective Tissue Disorders

Stejskal, Reynolds, and Bjørklund examined the frequency of metal allergy in 38 patients with connective tissue disorders (1). Of these patients, 16 … [Read more...]

New Branch of CONEM in Algeria

Igor G. Bondarenko, MD, PhD Board Secretary of CONEM The number of members of the Council for Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (CONEM) is … [Read more...]

Evidence Supporting a Link between Dental Amalgams and Chronic Illness, Fatigue, Depression, Anxiety, and Suicide

Norway and Sweden have banned amalgam, reportedly due to environmental concerns. However, the use and toxic risk of dental amalgam fillings is still a … [Read more...]

ADHD, Autism, and Phenylketonuria

Researchers at Assiut University have in collaboration with Geir Bjørklund evaluated the neuropsychological status in 78 children with early and … [Read more...]