Tag: autoimmune

Celiac Disease and Gluten

You can see gluten-free food almost everywhere. What’s the big deal? Well, around 1% of the world population can’t eat gluten or else they will experience stomach pains, diarrhea, or even malnutrition. This is because these people suffer from a condition called celiac disease. Watch this episode of Medicurio to

ANTI-INFLAMMATORY FOODS | what I eat every week

ANTI-INFLAMMATORY FOODS | what I eat every week

– You’ve probably noticed by now that most of my recipes are veggie heavy and prioritize fresh, wholesome ingredients except for my deserts and that’s because after four autoimmune diagnosis, I’ve learned how to really nourish my body with simple, anti-inflammatory foods. So what exactly are anti-inflammatory foods? They’re just

Inflammatory, Autoimmune, Infectious Diseases (Part 1) | Mimics of Low Back Pain | CO Spine Surgeon

Inflammatory, Autoimmune, Infectious Diseases (Part 1) | Mimics of Low Back Pain | CO Spine Surgeon

hello this is doctor corenman we’re going to talk about inflammatory autoimmune infectious diseases and chronic pain and mimics of low back pain and leg pain these are essentially neurologic diseases or chronic pain diseases that we will discuss again my favorite comment was from the physician famous doctor osler

The Hopeful Link Between AUTOIMMUNE DISEASES & DEVELOPMENT

The Hopeful Link Between AUTOIMMUNE DISEASES & DEVELOPMENT

Having an autoimmune disease, such as asthma, irritable bowel syndrome, crohn’s disease, allergies, or certain skin conditions, really is no fun, especially as a child. While you’re supposed to be running around and exploring–maybe making a snowman or water-ballooning someone’s house–you’re stuck in a hospital bed with varying amounts of

Why Are Fewer People Getting Appendicitis?

Why Are Fewer People Getting Appendicitis?

Hi, this is David from MinuteEarth. Occasionally, a piece of poop that’s especially hard – called a fecalith – will break off from the larger poop mass, go floating around in a person’s intestinal tract, and then get stuck in the narrow channel that connects the large intestine to a