The Gluten Challenge

Gluten. What is it? Is it bad or just a fad? Listen to Dr. Tom Roselle, Dr. Tom Roselle, D.C., PAK, PAc, DCCN, DCBCN and Dr. Matt Adams, DC of the Roselle Center for Healing and learn more about Going Gluten-Free. Join Dr. Matt Adams, DC at the Roselle Center for Healing on Wednesday, September 30, 2015 at […]

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The Historical Development of Thermal Imaging in Medicine

The association between disease and human body temperature is as old as medicine itself. Hippocrates defined fever in different forms, such as malignant, benign and acute. It was claimed that if wet mud was applied to the skin, and one area dried rapidly while the remainder was still moist, that an underlying tumour may be […]

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Quantitation of Thermography in Arthritis Using Multi-Isothermal Analysis

Thermography can be used for the assessment of joint involvement in inflammatory arthritis. Modem thermographic apparatus allows temperature to be measured to within 0-2°C. and simultaneously records the areas involved. It has been demonstrated that thermographic changes in skin temperature over areas of chronic inflammation properly reflect changes in other chemical and cellular processes in rheumatoid arthritis (Ring […]

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Thermal Imaging In Screening Of Joint Inflammation And Rheumatoid Arthritis In Children

ABSTRACT: Potential of modern thermal imaging for screening and differentiation of joint inflammation has not been assessed in child and juvenile patient populations, typically demanding groups in diagnostics of musculoskeletal disorders. We hypothesize that thermal imaging can detect joint inflammation in patients with juvenile idiopathic arthritis or autoimmune disease with arthritis such as systemic lupus […]

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DPP-4 Inhibitors For Diabetes Can Cause Severe Joint Pain, FDA Says

Dipeptidyl peptidase-4 (DPP-4) inhibitors for type 2 diabetes may cause joint pain so intense it is disabling, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned today. Fortunately, the pain goes away, usually in less than a month, once patients stop taking the medicine. The agency said it identified 33 cases of severe arthralgia associated with […]

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