Up to 95% of the population may be sick from a spectrum of chronic conditions. Antibiotics are failing as "intelligent" bacteria produce gooey shields.
January 11, 2017

Biofilms: Safe Haven For Extraterrestrial-Like Bacteria That Outsmart Us

Don’t look now, but up to 95 percent of the world population may be sick from a spectrum of chronic conditions. Antibiotics are failing as “intelligent” bacteria produce gooey shields. But there is hope in the form of alternative medicines. Learn what they can do for you.

A biofilm maybe the reason your Lyme is not getting better. Find out how biofilms can impact the disease and what you can do to treat it that really works.
December 22, 2016

Hiding In Slime: Are Biofilms Making Lyme Disease Difficult To Cure?

If you suffer from Lyme disease or know someone who does, please read this article. New research sheds light on why Lyme is such a maddening illness; alternative therapies offer hope on how to get better.

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September 8, 2016

School Germs: 5 Ways To Prevent Sick Kids From Making You Ill Too

The studies prove it — the more kids in a household the greater your odds of frequent colds and flu. Here are 5 alternative approaches for a healthier co-existence with your little germ vectors.

June 12, 2016

A Future Without Antibiotics, Superbugs And Chronic Infections

When we talk about the silver healing benefits of high-quality colloidal silver produced by Silver Healer, we’re often countered with skepticism. That’s understandable, because there is a half century of disinformation by the pharmaceutical industry that has been downplaying natural healing solutions since the introduction of patentable drugs. For example “blue

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May 28, 2016

Pan-Resistant Superbug: The End Of The Antibiotic Era

One superbug has finally taken the last evolutionary jump into what could be an incurable existential threat. Antimicrobial resistance (AMR), which was created due to the overuse of antibiotics, has traditionally been responsible for over two million patient infections per year, killing 23,000 people in U.S. per year. But this could change dramatically