Nicotine Receptors May Play Role In Development of Autism  Cholinergic nicotinic receptors, which have become a hot area for brain  researchers, are linked to yet another psychiatric-neurological  disorder—autism.    By Joan Arehart-Treichel in Psychiatric News, July © 2001 American  Psychiatric…

Bee Sting Therapy: Healing from the Hive Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disabling illness that affects well over one million adults worldwide. For many sufferers, MS means a lifetime of taking medications that offer little relief for a body that…

From the Drudge Report… Look at what’s on Drudge today. Dec 29, 2004 THE WOMAN WHO STINGS HERSELF WITH BEES TO CONTROL MS DAILY MAIL Wed Dec 29 2004 22:36:14 ET SHE admits it hurts. But Paula Cooke believes allowing…

The Buzz About Bee Venom Therapy for MS Published on: April 8, 2004   By Christine Haran Bees are creatures that people usually work fairly hard to avoid. Despite their small size, these fuzzy flying insects can cause considerable pain…