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The New Paradigm for Cognitive Health

Psychiatric disorders have long been challenging arenas in the field of medicine. In the early days, they were often considered a form of celestial punishment for familial wrong-doings, or individual curses in the form of demonic possession. Thereafter, the idea of generalized internal dis- regulation due to unknown causes (often believed to be due to parasitic infection or poisoning) came into being. Barbaric practices for treatment often included corporal punishment (to “beat” the affliction out of someone) with pain as the catalyst for healing. Leaching at one point was considered almost a panacea for all illness both mental and physical...

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Excess Pyrrole Production May Underlie Some Autism Cases

Sunday, 16 October 2016 By Kristen Schepker, Assistant Editor

Pyroluria, a biochemical abnormality stemming from an overproduction of pyrrole molecules during hemoglobin synthesis, may play an etiologic role in the development of autism spectrum disorders, at least in some cases.

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Is a Questionnaire More Accurate Than a Urine Test For The Presence of Pyroluria?

This article dives into using questionnaires appropriately, and ultimately when a pyrrole test is necessary. The article is written by Dr. Lloyd Fielder.

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What is Oxidative Stress? The Role of Oxidative Stress in Mental Health Disorders

What is oxidative stress? A recent study from an international team of researchers in Granada (UGR) shows that depression is more than a mental disorder. Their research shows that depression causes alterations in oxidative stress levels and should be considered a systemic disease. The study of nearly 4,000 subjects shows a correlation between measurable oxidative […]

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Weaning Away From Psychiatric Drugs - Finally A Way Out

Do you or a family member suffer from attention de cit disorder (ADHD), autism, mental depression, post-natal depression, autism, schizophrenia, anorexia, bipolar disorder or any behavior disorder?

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Oxidative Stress, Undermethylation, And Epigenetics - The Bermuda Triangle Of Autism

Over the past 50 years, autism has transformed from a rare childhood disorder to a major epidemic impacting one in every 110 children in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control.

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An Explorer's Guide To Epigenetics

Say your grandma handed down her special family recipe for mashed potatoes. It included two sticks of butter, a tub of sour cream, a pack- age of cream cheese and a dose of heavy cream.

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School Shootings in the US: Are SSRI Drugs to Blame for Gun Violence

School shootings in the US are on the rise, so it seems. There have been over 40 school shooting in the US in my lifetime. I'm over 40. For the first 19 years of my life there wasn't a single school shooting in the US.

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Interview With Dr. Walsh, Nutritional Medicine Guru & Founder and President of the Walsh Research Institute, on Mental Disorders & Nutrition

Someone asked me about supplements and mood, so I decided to re-post an interview I conducted with Dr. William Walsh, a nutritional medicine guru and founder and president of the Walsh Research Institute.

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Autism: Tornado in the Brain

“It’s becoming quite clear to more and more of us that autism is not genetic, but epigenetic.” So says William J. Walsh, who received a Ph.D. in chemical engineering from Iowa State University and is an expert in nutritional medicine.

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Dr. William Walsh on Autism, OCD, PANDAS, Depression and Methylation

Sheila Rogers DeMare: Dr. William Walsh, founder and president of the Walsh Research Institute, is an international expert on nutrient-based psychiatry, including approaches to methylation.

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BOOK REVIEW: Nutrient Power, Heal Your Biochemistry & Heal Your Brain

William Walsh, Ph.D., is an internationally recognized expert in the field of nutritional medicine and is a well respected and highly regarded expert amongst integrative psychiatrists.

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"20 years of fatigue - gone!"

Samantha Gilbert, 39, was tired, foggy and anxious. Then she discovered the often-missed culprit and the simple fix

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New blood, urine tests find 5 distinct types of depression, researcher says

A researcher says he has identified multiple types of depression, including three that don't involve serotonin. And he says all can easily be diagnosed with blood or urine tests.

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