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Julius Wagner-Jauregg

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Can an Anti-Inflammatory Diet Help Depression?

Care2.com
To explore the relationship between inflammation and mental health, we have to look back to 1887, when this connection was first noted by Dr. Julius Wagner-Jauregg, the only psychiatrist to ever win the Nobel Prize. What evidence have we accumulated in ...

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How I Discovered Hyperthermia for Lyme Disease and Why It Works

ProHealth
Reprinted from New Paradigms in Lyme Disease Treatment: 10 Top Doctors Reveal Healing Strategies that Work, with the kind permission of Friedrich R. Douwes, MD and Connie Strasheim. To learn more about the book and to read more about Dr. Douwes' ...

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Is Dr. Heimlich's Maneuver All It Was Cracked Up To Be?

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Asked about these methods in 2014, Dr. Heimlich told “The Boston Globe” that Julius Wagner-Jauregg, a Nobel-prizewinning Austrian doctor, used malaria therapy as a treatment for paralytic dementia caused by late-stage syphilis. Dr. Heimlich did not ...

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Henry Heimlich, inventor of lifesaving technique for choking victims, dies at 96

The Spokesman-Review
An Austrian psychiatrist, Julius Wagner-Jauregg, won a Nobel Prize in 1927 for malariotherapy of neurosyphilis. The usefulness of the strategy, however, has never been proved. Heimlich believed that malariotherapy could treat HIV infection, among other ...


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