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De Niro Drops Da Bomb  "By Dan Olmsted   I don't know what impact Robert De Niro's interview on the Today show Wednesday will have on those who don't believe vaccines cause autism, but I do know the effect it has already had on those who do. The word is "galvanic." This was a call-up-you... read more
This is a long one!!! I haven't said a word to anyone other than my very close friends and close family about what I'm going to tell you.  Early 1998 I took a holiday to the Caribbean, on my return I became very ill with sinus infections and started to produce thick glue like mucous from my t... read more
Revealed: trauma of 131 girls after 'HPV nightmare' Claire McCormack   PUBLISHED06/12/2015 | 02:30 Parents allege that the cervical cancer vaccine is the root cause of sudden ill health. More than 130 teenage girls are suffering acute physical side effects to a government-appr... read more
Michael appeared on TV3's morning programme Ireland AM in July 2015 - speaking about his work in healthcare and bioenergy. Watch Michael's Ireland AM interview on YouTube   read more
"Take your health into your own hands" - Article in The Cork Independent, June 2015 read more
  Michael chats to John Cooke of Clare FM Radio about his work, health, energy & his upcoming seminar in Ennis on June 27th - listen to the interview read more
Daily Star Article - 20th June 2015 with Details of Michael's upcoming Seminar on Recovering from Chronic Fatigue  read more
Irish Daily Mirror - 18th June 2015   read more
Read 'Recover - Re-energise - Revitalise NEWSLETTER http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs102/1106251286397/archive/1121391692487.html read more
Elissa Carty.Age 14. Elissa had been experiencing severe bouts of vomiting during 2013 with no known medical cause. This culminated on 10th April 2014 when I was called to her school as she was suffering from a headache, vomiting and had difficulty walking. She was admitted to hospital and remaine... read more
Read our June 2015 Newsletter with details of Michaels upcoming Chronic Fatigue Seminar http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs102/1106251286397/archive/1121182958780.html read more
The Enteric Nervous System: The Brain in the Gut The gut has a mind of its own, the "enteric nervous system". Just like the larger brain in the head, researchers say, this system sends and receives impulses, records experiences and respond to emotions. Its nerve cells are bathed and influenced by t... read more
Chronic Fatigue SeminarTemple Gate Hotel Ennis Co ClareSATURDAY JUNE 27th 10am to 1pmChronic Fatigue and Stress are causing huge problems for people due to modern day lifestyle and the pressures of work / family life. Each day at least 10 people show up at Michael's clinic with fatigue and related s... read more
Prof Fergus Shanahan will receive the 2015 Irish Society for Immunology Public Lecture Award tomorrow, April 29th, at 7pm in the Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute, Pearse Street, Dublin 2. The talk is free, open to the public and booking is not required. For more information, email irishimmunolo... read more
LEG CRAMPS: CAUSES & CURESFitness & nutritional deficiencies can put strain on your leg muscles. Some leg muscle cramps can jolt you awake in the middle of the night, while others can strike in the daytime during physical activities such as running and cycling. They can last anywhere from a ... read more
Antidepressants at Normal Doses Linked to First-Time SeizuresDaniel M. Keller, PhDApril 06, 2015VIENNA — Antidepressants, including selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) and serotonin norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SNRIs), have been linked to an increased risk for first- time seizures... read more
The 10 best foods to boost fertility: Pomegranate, walnuts and beetroot juice can all help couples conceive• Isabelle Obert, a nutrition consultant, believes good diet can boost fertility• Says 'a good diet affects the health of the egg and sperm before they meet'• She shares her top 10 foods to aid... read more
More than two thirds of people taking antidepressants 'may NOT actually have depression': Doctors discover many do not meet the official criteria • Study analysed those taking selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) • Found 69% did not meet the criteria for clinical depression • And 38% d... read more
Study Links Common Food Additives to Crohn's Disease, ColitisBy Will DunhamFebruary 26, 2015WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Common additives in ice cream, margarine, packaged bread and many processed foods may promote the inflammatory bowel diseases ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease as well as metabolic... read more
Prolonged Breast-feeding Linked to Higher Adult IQTroy Brown, RNMarch 18, 2015Prolonged breast-feeding is associated with higher intelligence in adulthood, longer schooling, and higher adult income, according to a study published March 17 in the Lancet Global Health."Our study provides the first evi... read more
Buying pricey drugs harms more UK lives than it saves• 19 February 2015 The researchers found that, overall, more people suffer than gain if the NHS buys expensive but marginally effective medicines (Health Technology Assessment, DOI: 10.3310/hta19140).The study's co-leader, Karl Claxton at the Uni... read more
ADHD Medication Misuse Rampant in College StudentsLiam DavenportMarch 16, 2015More than one sixth of college students misuse stimulant medications meant to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), primarily in the mistaken belief that the drugs will improve academic performance, new re... read more
Fentanyl: DEA Sounds Nationwide Alarm on Drug's DangersCaroline CasselsThe US Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) has issued a nationwide alert about the dangers of the narcotic fentanyl and fentanyl analogues/compounds.According to the DEA, the drug, which is often used in anesthesia to prevent pain afte... read more
Mr. Michael O'Doherty In 1990 the People of Ireland awoke to a new understanding of how the body functioned and how they could deal with illness differently when both Myself and my colleague Tom Griffin appeared on Gay Byrnes Late Late Show demonstrating the effects of working on the energy system ... read more
Sugar Industry Role in US Dental Policy ReportedLaird HarrisonMarch 12, 2015The sugar industry steered the National Institutes of Health's (NIH's) dental program away from efforts to limit sugar consumption in the 1960s and 1970s, researchers say."These tactics are strikingly similar to what we saw ... read more
CDC Says Influenza Vaccine Only 18% Effective This YearAlicia AultFebruary 26, 2015The influenza vaccine this season has had little to no efficacy, in particular against the predominant A strains that have been circulating, said researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) t... read more
New Internal Clock IdentifiedPam HarrisonFebruary 27, 2015Researchers have identified a second internal clock in the brain that can desynchronize when dopamine tone is elevated, leading to aberrant patterns of arousal that are strikingly similar to perturbed sleep-wake cycles in certain psychopathol... read more
Vegetarian Diet Linked to Reduced Colorectal Cancer RiskFran LowryMarch 09, 2015Vegetarians appear to be at lower risk for colorectal cancer than nonvegetarians, new research shows.In a large observational cohort study of Seventh-Day Adventists, those who consumed a vegetarian diet had a 22% lower r... read more
Middle-class children are TWICE as likely to be diagnosed with gluten intolerance than those from poorer backgrounds, study finds • Coeliac disease is autoimmune disorder triggered by foods with gluten • Nottingham University research shows one new case per 10,000 every year  • Disease among... read more
Fall in heart deaths is due to healthy living - NOT statins, study claims• Plummeting smoking rates and dietary changes have played major role• Deaths from coronary heart disease fell by 38,000 between 2000 and 2007• Heart disease is still the leading cause of death in England and WalesBy JENNY HOPE... read more
Major breakthrough for paralysed people after drug that restores movement shows 'extraordinary promise'• New drug, known as intracellular sigma peptide, or ISP, helps damaged nerve cells regenerate, allowing vital messages to be passed to muscles• Normally, when they try to grow across a scarred and... read more
As even David Cameron jumps on the latest food fad...Should YOU ditch dairy?• Dairy has become the latest dietary bogeyman• It has been linked to myriad diseases and health complaints• Bloating and eczema to asthma and weight gain are all linked with dairy• Professor Jane Plant has had breast cancer... read more
Drug Companies Paid Billions to Doctors, Hospitals in 2013www.nbcnews.comU.S. doctors and teaching hospitals received $3.5 billion from pharmaceutical companies and medical device makers in the last five months of 2013, according to the most extensive data trove on such payments ever made public. Th... read more
Sports drinks have 'no proven benefits' and their promotion by celebrities should be banned, say doctors• Study: The health benefits of popular rehydration drinks remain unproven• Specialist sports drinks offer little benefit over plain water for those exercising for 90 minutes or less, doctors say•... read more
Is this proof humans have TELEPATHIC powers? Two men, 4,600 miles apart, send messages to each other using just their mindsBy Guy Adams for the Daily MailPublished: 21:13 GMT, 7 September 2014 | Updated: 10:12 GMT, 8 September 2014With a blindfold covering his eyes, and earplugs cancelling out almos... read more
Prescription sleeping pills taken by more than one million Britons 'can raise chance of developing Alzheimer's by 50%'• Group of pills, known as benzodiazepines, include temazepam and diazepam• Patients taking them for more than six months were 80% more at risk• Researchers say patients should stop ... read more
Could a sheepskin rug protect babies against asthma? Infants who sleep on animal skin are 'less likely to develop allergies in later life'• Study found babies who slept on animal skin in their first three months were 79% less likely to have developed asthma by the age of six• By the age of 10, child... read more
Is this what causes autism? Brain injury in the womb might be root of the disorder according to new research• A new paper by Dr. Samuel Wang, a professor at Princeton, argues that damage to the cerebellum in the womb could be the root of autism• Though most associate the cerebellum with motor skills... read more
Baby foods, cereals and crisps found to contain raised levels of cancer risk chemicals• FSA conducts annual test for acrylamide - substance linked to cancer risk• Chemical develops in cooking process as a result of the 'Maillard reaction'• 2013 report, published this week, shows worryingly high trac... read more
You CAN train your brain to like healthy foods: Researchers reveal diet that can kick junk food addiction• Brain scans showed it was possible to reverse addiction to junk food• After six months those following special diet had increased sensitivity to healthy, lower-calorie foods in reward centre of... read more
Double mastectomy 'doesn't boost chance of surviving cancer': Women who have less drastic surgery live just as long• Study examined almost 200,000 women with breast cancer in California• It compared patients with those who had less invasive lumpectomies• After ten years, the survival rate was the sa... read more
Breakthrough hope for MS treatment as scientists discover how to 'switch off' autoimmune diseases• Team at Bristol University have described their work as a 'breakthrough'• Discovered a way to stop cells from attacking healthy body tissue• Conditions which could benefit include MS and type 1 diabete... read more
Two cups of coffee a day while pregnant 'raise baby's leukaemia risk'• Babies whose mothers drank 2 cups a day in pregnancy 60% more likely to develop leukaemia in childhood• Academics say Government should issue warnings to pregnant women to limit coffee intake• They think that caffeine may change ... read more
Can't stick to your diet? Your GUT BACTERIA could be to blame for junk food cravings• Gut bacteria could govern dietary choices, cravings and eating behaviour• Bacteria sends signals to the body, encouraging it to consume the food on which the microbes thrive• Some bacteria feeds off fatty foods, wh... read more
Can't stick to your diet? Your GUT BACTERIA could be to blame for junk food cravings• Gut bacteria could govern dietary choices, cravings and eating behaviour• Bacteria sends signals to the body, encouraging it to consume the food on which the microbes thrive• Some bacteria feeds off fatty foods, wh... read more
I went from watching the Lions win the 1st test to intensive care in hours. In June 2013 I was suffering with back spasms having fallen down the stairs the day before and slept on the floor which was not uncommon. I had suffered back problems since 1991 on and off, having had lower back surgery L4/... read more
Cesarean delivery may result in lower bacterial diversity, lower abundance of the phylum Bacteroidetes, and lower circulating levels of Th1 chemokines in infants compared with vaginal delivery, according to a study published online August 7 in Gut. Lower diversity may lead to higher exposure to heal... read more
Cesarean delivery, combined with a lack of breast-feeding in infants, may negatively influence gut bacteria development in newborns, possibly exposing them to multiple health risks later in life, according to a study published online February 11 in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.Meghan B. ... read more
The Indian government's suspension of the diabetes drug pioglitazone may soon be revoked if the government follows the advice of the Drug Technical Advisory Board (DTAB) there. The DTAB met July 19 and recommended that pioglitazone be put back on the market in India, albeit with a boxed warning abou... read more
This week I want to report on a study that was published in the American Journal of Epidemiology by Brasky and associates.[1] They looked at the association between fatty acids and the possibility of developing low-risk or high-risk prostate cancer. The patients were part of the prostate cancer prev... read more
A subset of children with autism have increased immune reactivity to gluten, but the mechanism of this increased reactivity appears to be distinct from that involved with celiac disease, new research shows.The results also indicated an association between elevated antibodies to gluten proteins and t... read more
Children who are wrongly labelled mentally ill are making billions for drug firms• Spiraling numbers of children are being diagnosed with mental health issues• And the trend is affecting children at ever younger ages• Over the last 20 years, diagnosis rates of ADHD have tripled• The ADHD drug market... read more
The Enteric Nervous System: The Brain in the Gut The gut has a mind of its own, the "enteric nervous system". Just like the larger brain in the head, researchers say, this system sends and receives impulses, records experiences and respond to emotions. Its nerve cells are bathed and influenced by t... read more
Conception, Womb life and birth lay the foundations for all our lives and more and more people are beginning to realize the importance of this early stage of our development. Recent studies show that stress experienced at any of these stages of an infant's life can have huge implications, resulting ... read more
Stronger doses of statins may increase the risk of kidney damage by a THIRD • Patients taking high potency statins had 34% higher risk of kidney damage• Those in the high-risk group were taking 40 milligrams or more• Most patients take between 20-40 mg of simvastatin a dayBy Jenny Hope Medical Corr... read more
Feeling anxious or depressed 'dramatically increases' the risk of dying from a heart attack • Even those with mild depression had an almost 60% increased risk of dying over the following 18 months • High blood pressure is strongly linked to anxiety • Depression is associated with behavioural risk... read more
If we don't stop handing out antibiotics like sweets, even a cut finger could soon be fatalBy John NaishPUBLISHED: 01:01 GMT, 12 March 2013 | UPDATED: 01:01 GMT, 12 March 2013 Potentially lethal bacteria can resist our best antibiotic drugsThey are turning up in our water, on our skin, in our publi... read more
Michael O'Doherty speaks to Neil Prendeville on Cork 96FM about autism, lack of support services, landmark court cases and more.   Click to listen to the interview : read more
Many books, documentaries and movies have been made about the ancient Mayan culture and their proposed end date of the Mayan calendar, December 21 2012.  Some have tried to suggest that this date will be the end of the world but the ancient Maya do not see it that way.  They saw it as the ... read more
Fit to be Tried - Plexus Bio-Energy Healing, by Amanda Phelan. Here's a simple and unobtrusive healing technique that thousands say has helped them overcome health problems.   Article in 'Health & Living' Supplement - Irish Independent Click to see larger image. read more
It’s that time of the year again when students, parents and teachers begin to feel nervous and stressed because it’s exam time. huge expectations and a desire to achieve places huge stress on everyone and failure is not even contemplated. stress is neither negative nor positive. it is just the body’... read more
Full House! .. One of the UK's leading true life magazines features a letter from Lisa from Middlesex who describes how she is now pain and fibromyalgia-free after her 4 day treatment with Michael at his London clinic.   read more
Michael O’Doherty speaks to Neil Prendeville on Corks 96fm Radio about the MMR-Autism debate and the pilot programme which he is currently overseeing.   read more
Dr Diarmuid Tiernan GP & Plexus Bio-Energy Therapist speaks on KL.FM radio in the UK about his work in bio-energy and healing.   read more
Article in the August 2012 edition of Spirit & Destiny Magazine   read more
Interview with Brendan Grace in RSVP magazine. "An audience with his Grace".  Brendan gives credit to Michael O'Doherty for restoring his health.  Click to read full article.   read more
In 1990 Michael O’Doherty and Tom Griffin appeared on The Late Late Show demonstrating and discussing the effectiveness of a therapy called Plexus Bio-Energy that had never been seen in Ireland before. The personal stories of patients who had returned to health as a result of the treatment were al... read more
Listen to Michael’s Inspirational Interview on The Simon Jordan Radio Show in the UK (March 2012)   read more
Pat Kenny speaks to Michael about bio-energy and Michael Flatley’s remarkable recovery in 2009. read more
Michael speaks to Gerry about bio-energy and Michael Flatley’s return to full health. 2009   read more

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