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Blonde-Lung Disease?

By Henry Ehrlich Because of the part it plays in the “new” food allergy, eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE), the eosinophil* inspires dread. This powerful white blood cell has long been associated with allergic asthma, the kind that responds to treatment with inhaled corticosteroids (ICS). As a matter of evolution, it is a powerful defense against parasites […]

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East Meets West in New Study

By Henry Ehrlich The bio-marker study described in detail by three of our contributors, Drs. Xiu-Min Li, Purvi Parikh, and my cousin and collaborator Paul M. Ehrlich is a new chapter in the long, mostly distant relationship between Chinese medicine and Western medicine. The first instance of what we now call “integrative medicine” was a […]

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