Category: Society News

Applications Now Open: Microgrants Round 1

The Ehlers-Danlos Society is now welcoming applications for the 2022 Microgrants Round 1.  This grant round is seeking to award ten grants of up to $5,000 each. The purpose of this funding is to be able to assist researchers in undertaking small studies and activities such as surveys and collation and analysis of existing data,
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Tethered Cord Syndrome in EDS Research

Internationally renowned general neurosurgeon, Dr. Petra Klinge, et al, have published new research, Diseased filum terminale as a cause of tethered cord syndrome in Ehlers Danlos syndrome: histopathology, biomechanics, clinical presentation, and outcome of filum excision. Many people with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) suffer from back and leg pains and in addition, neurological symptoms, including bowel
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Building a nutrition toolkit

Building your nutrition toolkit

Thank you to Lorna Ryan for sharing top tips and information throughout this week talking about nutrition and hydration! Today’s final topic is building a nutrition toolkit. #NutritionandHydrationWeek⁠ The following information should not constitute medical advice, dietary advice, or treatment. Individuals should consult a healthcare professional before making changes to their nutritional plan.  “A nutrition
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Optimizing hydration

Optimizing hydration with Lorna Ryan

Sources of hydration – and why hydration is so important!⁠ Today is post six for #NutritionandHydrationWeek with Lorna Ryan, Registered Clinical Nutritionist/Nutritional Therapy, and Lifestyle Medicine Practitioner. ⁠ The following information should not constitute medical advice, dietary advice, or treatment. Individuals should consult a healthcare professional before making changes to their nutritional plan.  Everyone’s heard
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Nutrition Hacks

Nutrition Hacks with Lorna Ryan

We are joined this week by Lorna Ryan, Registered Clinical Nutritionist/Nutritional Therapy, and Lifestyle Medicine Practitioner, for Nutrition and Hydration week, and the topic is ‘Nutrition Hacks.’ The following information should not constitute medical advice, dietary advice, or treatment. Individuals should consult a healthcare professional before making changes to their nutritional plan.  “There are some
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Daily nutritional goals

‘Daily nutritional goals’ with Lorna Ryan

We are joined this week by Lorna Ryan, Registered Clinical Nutritionist/Nutritional Therapy, and Lifestyle Medicine Practitioner, for Nutrition and Hydration week and the topic is ‘Daily Nutritional Goals.’ The following information should not constitute medical advice, dietary advice, or treatment. Individuals should consult a healthcare professional before making changes to their nutritional plan.  Daily nutritional
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