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Probiotics in the Medical News

Endomune Subscriber, I am amazed by the number of new medical articles on probiotics. The scientific evidence of probiotic benefits keeps expanding. In May 2012, two major medical journals published reports about the advantages of probiotics. Why take a probiotic when prescribed an antibiotic? A 53-year-old woman reports severe watery diarrhea with cramps. She is

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Probiotics Aid in Preventing Female Urinary Tract Infections

Dear EndoMune Subscribers, Appropriately, May’s newsletter is directed to women. May was named for the Greek goddess Maia…and men, don’t forget that Sunday, May 13th, is Mother’s Day. Let’s start this month’s newsletter with a case report: CASE REPORT Susan is a 48 year-old woman who has suffered with recurrent urinary tract infections. She was

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Did you catch us Sunday?

Dr. Larry Hoberman was with Dr. Edward Staffel’s this past Sunday, March 11, on KTSA (550 AM). You can now listen to the live show ANYTIME here!

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The Gut-Brain-Skin Connection and the Benefits of Probiotics

Greetings EndoMune Subscribers! March is the month we shake off the winter blues and start thinking about spring flowers and beautiful days. On the flip side, it is also the time we must complete taxes; or for students, prepare for midterm exams. Basically, March is a happy month mixed with some stress. This month I

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Otitis Media: Probiotics Should be Given Alongside Antibiotics

We are in the full swing of cold and flu season. I’m hopeful everyone got their flu shot and is staying healthy. However, if you’re not so fortunate and your kids are suffering with symptoms, then this is a very timely newsletter for you to read. This month we will explore two important clinical studies

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Probiotics for Pediatric Antibotic-Associated Diarrhea

Welcome to February, readers! February – the season for love, chocolate and valentines – is also, unfortunately, the season for colds and flu. Your littlest valentines will be especially susceptible to the bad weather bugs during the February freezes. The seasonal sniffles may not only impact your child’s sinuses and energy, but also their bathroom

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