Blog by Kate Vazquez
Pros & Cons of COVID Antibody Testing

Pros & Cons of COVID Antibody Testing

Should you get COVID19 Antibody testing? I have been working on the frontlines, in addition to continuing to see my clients and support them during this time. I've helped perform thousands of PCR nasopharyngeal swabs and as time goes on, more information is acquired...

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Immune Supplements for COVID19

Immune Supplements for COVID19

Immune Supplements for COVID19 The coronavirus has been found to release pro-inflammatory cytokines. Cytokines are messengers of the immune system that send signals to cells to increase inflammation in the body. When too many are released, this is called cytokine...

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Facts About Coronavirus

Facts About Coronavirus

With the outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) from China this past December 2019 and it spreading quickly resulting in hospitalizations and death, it is understandable why people are concerned. Know that with any viral outbreak, the people who have serious...

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Natural Remedies for Sprains/Strains

Natural Remedies for Sprains/Strains

Who has ever had a sprain or strain? Sprains are stretching or tearing of ligaments, while strains involve stretching or tearing of muscles and tendons. Some sprains or strains may heal within a couple of weeks. Other sprains or strains that involves tears may take...

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6 Factors Affecting Fertility

6 Factors Affecting Fertility

According to the American Pregnancy Association, infertility affects about 6.1 million American females and about 25% have more than one cause. Most of the time the causes are factors that we can control, except for one. Once the causes are determined and treatment is...

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The Mystery Behind Histamine Intolerance

The Mystery Behind Histamine Intolerance

Are you reacting from food but can’t pinpoint what food you are reacting from? Do you have multiple unexplained symptoms? Have you had testing from different specialist such as cardiologist, allergist, and gastroenterologist but testing came back normal? It’s possible...

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Multiple sclerosis and EBV

Multiple sclerosis and EBV

Multiple Sclerosis is an autoimmune disorder where the immune system attacks the protective covering of nerves and affects the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerve. Some symptoms include vision loss, double vision, fatigue, numbness or tingling in extremities, muscle...

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What is Lyme Disease?

What is Lyme Disease?

Lyme disease was discovered in Lyme, CT  when children were developing juvenile arthritis and it was termed “Lyme arthritis”. Then a microbiologist, Willy Burgdofer, found that deer ticks carry and can transmit a bacteria called Borrelia burgdorferi (named after him)...

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Lyme: The Great Imitator

Lyme: The Great Imitator

Lyme disease is more common than you think! According to the CDC, more than 300,00 Americans are diagnosed each year. Lyme is known as the great imitator, meaning it can mimic so many disorders. It is commonly the root cause of fibromyalgia, arthritis, thyroid,...

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