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Allergy and Immunology: 8 Types of Allergies You Should Know

Are you suffering from congestion, coughing, watery eyes, or dark circles? Do certain foods cause your mouth to feel tingly or parts of your face […]
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How to Correct Gut Dysbiosis

Our gastrointestinal (GI) systems are among the most sophisticated networks in our bodies. The work that's done by our “gut” goes far beyond digestion and […]
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6 Signs You Should Get Stool Testing

It can be scary and stressful not to feel well—especially if you don't know the cause. Something as simple as checking for a fever can […]
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7 Possible Causes of Crashing Fatigue (and How to Fix It)

It doesn't matter how much sleep you get. You are physically exhausted. You may also be mentally and emotionally exhausted. You suffer from chronic fatigue. […]
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What Is a Parasite Cleanse?

Most people have no idea that parasites reside in their bodies. These microscopic life forms live off of the resources in our tissues, organs, and […]
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Doxycycline for Lyme: Why Antibiotics Alone Aren't Enough

Lyme Disease is a complex and challenging disease to manage. Scientists and doctors are still learning about how it works and how to best treat […]
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What Is A Brain Neurotransmitter Lab?

What Is A Brain Neurotransmitter Lab? Serenity Health Care Center offers Brain Neurotransmitter testing at it's functional medical clinic in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Are you a […]
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What Is A Microbiome Stool Panel?

What Is A Microbiome Stool Panel? Stool testing is the window into your entire body and immune system. The microbiome is everything to a healthy […]
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What Is A Food Sensitivities Lab?

What Is A Food Sensitivities Lab? Food sensitivities occur in so many fashions. They can be delayed or immediate. Our immediate foods we recognize but […]
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What Is A Hormone Panel?

What Is A Hormone Panel? Serenity Health Care Center offers hormone panels for anyone looking to learn more about their hormones and hormonal function. Hormone […]
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