autoimmune disorders

From the Rain Forest to the Laboratory

May 18, 2010

Venomous animals such as snakes, scorpions and spiders are typically the stuff of phobias for most people. But the toxins those creatures have developed to immobilize and kill their prey are actually some of nature’s most finely-tuned weapons, [Read more]

Dr. FAQ: Tammy Utset on Lupus

January 26, 2010

Autoimmune disorders are a strange type of disease, a case where the body’s biology isn’t breaking down but rather is functioning too well. In disorders such as Type I diabetes, arthritis and multiple sclerosis, the body’s natural [Read more]