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  • Tuesday June 23rd, 2015 Posted by: admin
    The website has been down several days. I have noticed a huge influx of “D.O.S” attacks to the site and therefore took it down and blocked access to files. This seems to have been effective in the last 24 hours to prevent further attacks. There have also been some hacking attempts. Several of the video […]
  • Sunday May 31st, 2015 Posted by: admin

    As I said in a previous update, I am tagging each link/post from the above groups with the initials of the person who posted it and a permalink to the Facebook post. The reason for this is so that members of the “HE Groups” can easily find links by a certain poster’s initials or refer back to the original post on Facebook if they are a member of that group. I’m hoping this will make finding information easier for group members as well all have moments like “I remember so-and-so posted about such-and-such but I can’t remember the name of the study/article.” It an also be helpful if you remember there was a comment on that thread to someone you wanted to find but can’t find the thread itself. Hopefully this helps people keep track of studies and information they find useful without having to remember which group it was posted. Since the groups sometimes change names or information gets moved around or edited, this information remains the same regardless.

  • Tuesday April 4th, 2015 Posted by: admin
    I have been trying to catch up on links from the various Facebook HE/AE groups as promised. I have managed to add several more and now I am referencing the initials of the person who posted the link and the original Facebook permalink. Please note: the permalink will take you to the post but only […]
  • Monday, April 13th 2015 Posted by: admin
    I have made some recent changes to the membership structure to this site. All of the HEGroup Links have been restricted to “HEFree” membership only. This membership is open to members of the various Hashimoto’s Encephalopathy or Autoimmune  Encephalopathy Facebook groups. If you are a member on these groups, you can request a free membership to […]
  • Tuesday, 17th March 2015 Posted by: admin
    I have been behind on updating the site with links and studies posted to the FB groups which this site was originally created. I’ve not been feeling well myself (when have I felt good?) the last few weeks with some explosive emotions and other issues. To add to that, we are facing some financial struggles […]
  • Saturday, 31st January 2015 Posted by: admin
    I have added a “members” section in order to create some boundries on content that is specifically geared toward the Facebook groups and the projects that pertain to them as well as a place for me to put more personal content that is relevant to clinicians. Membership for both these groups is free. If you […]
  • Monday, 26th January 2015 Posted by: admin
    I have been trying to split my time between updating this website with links posted to Hashimotos Encephalopathy (HE) / Autoimmune Encephalopathy (AE) and Autoimmune Encephalitis (All types including Hashimoto’s Encephalopathy) on Facebook and working on some research, specifically on Hashimoto’s Encephalopathy (also known as SREAT). These two tasks take up an extraordinary amount of time as does the duties of wife and parent. In between these many tasks, I […]
  • ‎Saturday, ‎10 ‎January ‎2015 Posted by: admin
    Now that we are in the new year, I have decided to make the layout of the site a bit more “light”, making it easier to read. I’ve also reordered some of the menus to add more of a logical order. You will continue to see cosmetic changes as well as new posts with medical […]

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