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The Most Important Medical Breakthrough of the 21st Century (So Far)

Written by Andrew Lenhardt                In America, you can’t go wrong with a baseball analogy, so that’s how we’ll begin.  Let’s say there’s a baseball phenom coming up through grade school.  He shows great promise and the scouts think he could be the next big thing in baseball.  He […]

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The Intersection of Tongue Tie & MTHFR

Ankyloglossia also known as tongue tie is not a condition you hear about every day, but certainly one of great impact, especially for the 4% of newborns affected by it.[1] For those not familiar with tongue tie, it is a condition where the tip of the tongue is connected to the floor of the mouth […]

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Heterozygous A1298C OR Heterozygous C677T MTHFR Mutation and Recurrent Pregnancy Loss? Consider This

UPDATE on 2/13/2012: This is no longer theory as current research supports it. This research has yet to be published. First read my theory below and then I will provide the proof. This theory is born out of wondering why some women are experiencing recurrent pregnancy loss, have had all sorts of laboratory and physical […]

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