The function of Vitamins and Coenzymes.
Description of the function of minerals and electrolytes.
Western civilization has a bit of an ego problem regarding its ability to handle so-called "third world" diseases. We've applauded the ability to fight off diseases like polio, malaria, small pox, diphtheria, cholera, and other various parasitic, bacterial, and viral diseases. The media may have played up our successes, but the medical research world is not so confident and is now admitting that they may have created diseases far worse than the ones mentioned.
A family's continuing journey from despair to hope. An example of how one parent has been dealing with seizure disorders in his daughter.
C-Reactive Protein (C-RP) was first identified in 1930. It was named for its ability to bind the C-polysaccharide from the cell wall of the Pneumococcus bacterium. It belongs to the class of "acute phase reactants" and by 1935 it was shown to have a high correlation with inflammation and with increased erythrocyte sedimentation rates (ESR).