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    Seizures or Autism – Are we getting the diagnosis wrong?

    Monday, July 19th, 2010

    Thought provoking talk by Aditi Shankardass: A second opinion on learning disorders. It says that many of the children being diagnossed as autistic are actually having seizures. Fascinating talk.

    Court Say No To Vaccine Autism Link – Justice or Just Playing By The Rules

    Friday, February 13th, 2009

    Just yesterday, a special US federal court declared Thursday that MMR vaccines were not a cause of autism. I wanted to find a way to put the ruling into context when I ran into two posts by a friend, Dr. Andrew Cutler, author of Hair Test Interpretation: Finding Hidden Toxicities and “Amalgam Illness:” Diagnosis and Treatment, […]

    FDA Over the Moral Wall

    Thursday, December 18th, 2008

    In a stunning indictment, the Environmental Working Group, a Washington D.C. pro-environment lobby group, lambasted the FDA (Federal Drug Administration) for a recent uncovered secret document that stretches the imagination. The email that EWG sent out yesterday stunned even a jaded person like me. It read: “On Friday, December 12, the Environmental Working Group made […]

    LEAP MRT – A Tech Sheet on What the Test Does

    Friday, December 5th, 2008

    As anyone who has read my book or been to my other blog site – markschauss.com, knows, the LEAP MRT test by Signet Diagnostics helped save my daughter Tasya’s life. It was such an important tool in helping her not only control her seizures but in also helping to control her temper tantrums. We will […]

    Cutler Interview

    Thursday, October 16th, 2008

    Ealier this year, I did an interview with Andrew Cutler, PhD talking about his thoughts on autism, mercury, and porphyrin testing. You can listen to it on my podcast site by clicking this link. Just recently, Michael Ross, did a transcript of the interview that you can download and read for yourself. Thank you Michael […]

    Recent Klinghardt Interview

    Saturday, October 11th, 2008

    Just wanted to tell you that I just completed a 1+ hour interview of Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt. It was an amazing hour listening to him talk about the newest findings in medicine (his personal findings), autism and a 15 minute answer to my question about the stressful times our world is finding itself in. While […]

    Boulderfest 2008 Presentation

    Sunday, July 20th, 2008

    If you go over to my other blog site, MarkSchauss.com, you can download a copy of the PowerPoint presentation I gave at the Boulderfest 2008 in Broomfield, Colorado this past weekend. It gave an overview of the different lab tests that give clinical relevance to a number of disorders from autism to asthma, from infertility […]

    Placebo – Obecalp – A New Way to Treat Patients

    Wednesday, July 2nd, 2008

    Coming soon to a store near you will be a cherry flavored placebo for children. According to the New York Times and reviews by Dr. Martin Stein, the placebo Obecalp will be available to give to kids (Obecalp spelled backwards is placebo). Turns out that 10-20% of children with ADHD react positively to placebos so this […]

    Food Additives – The Ones to Avoid

    Thursday, June 5th, 2008

    Jean Weiss wrote an interesting article for MSN Health & Fitness about the 12 Food Additives to Avoid. Sage advice from Ms. Weiss. One of the issues Tasya, my daughter has had to deal with is her sensitivity to a number of food additives, especially aspartame (a real neurotoxic poison) and food dyes. In many […]

    Anticholinergic Drugs and Memory Loss – Better Wear Diapers Instead

    Friday, April 18th, 2008

    Incontinence drugs like Detrol, have now been linked to memory problems and other psychological ills.  According to this article on MSNBC.com, “The people who took the drugs had a 50 percent faster rate of cognitive decline compared to those who didn’t take any.” That is pretty staggering if you ask me. Other drugs in the […]

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