Epilepsy involves recurrent brain dysfunction that takes the form of sudden, brief attacks of altered consciousness, motor activity or sensory phenomena.  Convulsive seizures are the most common form of attacks.  Narcolepsy is a variation of epilepsy in which the chronic attacks consist of … Continue reading


Depression and Other Mental Illnesses Respond to Lifestyle Diet and Nutrient Therapy © Rosalie Moscoe:  www.healthinharmony.com James Greenblatt, MD, speaking at the 41st Annual Orthomolecular Medicine Today Conference, presented on Inflammation and Neuropsychiatric Illness: Treatment and Testing Protocols.  Dr. Greenblatt … Continue reading