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Making New Years’ resolutions for 2015?

Can you believe how many people fail to accomplish their New Years’ resolutions? What can you do to reach yours? If you’re making New Years’ resolutions for 2015, it’s helpful to make your goals SMART — specific, measurable or meaningful, … Continue reading

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Telling others about CIRS

It can be challenging to tell others how CIRS affects you, and many don’t understand that how debilitating it can be.  Support is key to recovery.  We have a brochure that helps to explain the biological basis of the diagnosis, … Continue reading

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Mold Toxicity Patient-Doctor Exchange

Keith Berndtson, M.D. brought a fabulous animated cartoon to the recent CIRS conference in Maryland. Check it out at http://goanimate.com/videos/0L_GPfRSBdjw?utm_source=linkshare&utm_medium=linkshare&utm_campaign=usercontent

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New Electronic Book from Surviving Mold!

We at SurvivingMold.com are pleased to announce our latest addition to our bookstore. “Frequently Asked Questions: Volume 1” is a collection of questions from physicians and patients with answers by Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker. From the Intro: “Beginning in 2011, a … Continue reading

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Patient Forum Feedback

Beginning in 2011, a Physicians Section of Surviving Mold provided a forum for discussion of issues regarding mold, Lyme, chronic inflammatory response syndromes and more. Part of the forum included a dialogue on questions that have importance for physicians and … Continue reading

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Cognitive Issues in Mold Illness

“A common concern for those who are trying to understand cognitive problems in moldy patients is to answer how is it that inflammation in the body is inflammation in the brain. The blood brain barrier, as it is called, results … Continue reading

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The More Information the Better…

I do not have the book YET, but want to say one thing about my brief review of this newsletter. If the book is 800 pages, that is great to me—the more information available the better for the public. A … Continue reading

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MUST WATCH – Hopkinton Drug Talk

By Linda on Apr 14, 2011 in F.I.G.H.T. | http://lymebook.com/fight/tag/academic-basis-of-the-treatment-of-biotoxin-illness/ This is a MUST WATCH….I strongly recommend that you get the Surviving MOLD book…it is truly a GREAT book….I also suggest that you buy your doctors a copy and ask … Continue reading

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Is ME/ CFS CIRS? – www.wellsphere.com

By Janis Bell Read the article here…www.wellsphere.com Is ME/ CFS CIRS? Posted Apr 16 2011 12:00am Acronyms Anonymous beware. We have yet another acronym for the disease which David S. Bell called The Disease of A Thousand Names (1991) in … Continue reading

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Bella Online Review of Surviving Mold!

Allergies and Colds Site – www.bellaonline.com Sheree Welshimer BellaOnline’s Allergies and Colds Editor Surviving Mold review “Surviving Mold” by Ritchie Shoemaker, MD, contains an ominous warning for individuals with mold sensitivity: living or working in a water-damaged building (WDB) can … Continue reading

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