Neuroimmunity

August 28, 2012

ADHD Insights: Glia Matters

Who cares? Well if you're a person with ADHD, a physician treating ADHD patients, an ADHD coach or a parent you will be hearing very soon [yes in our lifetimes], about these other exceedingly important communication systems that exist in the brain. If we understand them we can work with them.
May 31, 2011

Brain, Gut and Behavior: Bacteria Matter

The science is there folks: gut physiology, gut bugs, healthy gut bugs make a difference in human behavior. Mind and body, last time I checked, are indeed connected.
August 15, 2010

ADHD, Immunity and Gut: Picky Eaters Revisited

If you think you have it bad with ADHD, just throw picky eating into the problem. Then ADHD can become almost untreatable. Those with picky eating problems often [not always!] have significant problems with the North of the GI tract and immunity which gums up the works.
July 5, 2010

Lyme Update: New Neuroscience Evidence

Why should we become very interested in Lyme? Why should those with psychiatric concerns even think about this odd presentation often relegated to infectious disease docs? Simple: Lyme Disease is the Great Imitator

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