The CDC estimates 23,000 people a year in the U.S. die from antibiotic-resistant infections, like MRSA, and other nightmare superbugs. “Hospitals make three and a half times more money if they infect people. That’s why they don’t want to screen.”
Superbugs (MRSA) are now responsible for more deaths than breast cancer. The antibiotic resistance is real and could have catastrophic results. It’s time we look to natural antibiotics and other avenues to become our own health advocates.
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.
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A pertri-dish study shows a group of bacteria evolving to become antibiotic resistant superbugs. What we do with this information is vital.
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.
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
Black seed cumin oil has been used as a healing balm is ancient Egypt. It has tons of healing benefits, from having anti-cancerous properties, being a respiratory and digestive aid, to fighting MRSA.
If you ever had to take antibiotics for any of these conditions, then it’s time to consider silver.
This flesh-eating superbug persisted to plague its victim, despite years of taking antibiotics. Read this woman’s harrowing tale.
Bacteria like Staph have become resistant to antibiotics. Recent studies support the use of silver to treat these infections.