Chronic viral infections, such as EBV or HHV-6, are complex conditions to test for and treat, but there are ways to resolve virus reactivation and autoimmunity.
Elroy Vojdani, MD | October 25, 2023
Mold and mycotoxin exposure can contribute to inflammatory issues and autoimmune disease in your patients. Fortunately, there are tests available to determine if mold or mycotoxin exposure is contributing to their symptoms, which may then require environmental rather than dietary intervention.
Elroy Vojdani, MD | April 5, 2023
When we discuss inflammation and inflammatory diseases, it is important to consider not just the cause of inflammation but whether the body is able to turn off the inflammatory response to prevent chronic inflammation. Fortunately, there are ways to support these mechanisms in your patients.
Elroy Vojdani, MD | March 22, 2023
Dysfunction of the intestinal microenvironment is the primary therapeutic application of the lifestyle medicine movement. While diet and lifestyle are foundational, certain rare supplements can also support treatment efforts.
Elroy Vojdani, MD | August 8, 2022
A 33-year-old male presented with a 20-year history of chronic eczema, chronic athlete’s foot, mild asthma and moderate seasonal allergies.
Elroy Vojdani, MD | April 18, 2022
If we look back to late 2019 and early 2020, the medical community was beginning to understand autoimmunity differently, as a growing epidemic with deep roots in environmental triggers. Much of the tremendous rise of the wellness industry can be attributed to the increasing number of Americans finding themselves chronically ill secondary to a dysfunctional immune system. My own research to that time was dedicated to uncovering how that dysfunction is specifically triggered by factors in the environment.
Elroy Vojdani, MD | May 16, 2021
In 2020, the medical discussion was dominated by the diagnosis and treatment of COVID-19, and rightfully so-this has been an unprecedented health challenge and crisis. With the first year behind us and vaccines now available, many want to put the pandemic in the past, and resume health care and life the way it was before. I've been guilty of this myself at times, but unfortunately, we are only just beginning our battle with COVID-19.
Elroy Vojdani, MD | May 16, 2019