Antibiotic overuse and the increase in bacteria resistant to these once-upon-a-time novel medications is one of the biggest health threats we face today.
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."
Food is medicine, and healing is for everyone, not just the privileged. Honeybees spread sweetness and life, and HoneyColony strives to do the same.
Feminine hygiene products, such as douches, gels, anti-itch creams, feminine wipes, and more are linked to a serious rise in vaginal infections, including UTIs, yeast infections, and bacterial infections.
There are dozens of outstanding studies on the benefits of molecular hydrogen (H2), however, one of the most significant discoveries is that it helps to bring cells and organs back to homeostasis.
Antibiotic-resistant microbes are a “catastrophic threat” and a global epidemic. Now even the simplest of skin infections or surgical procedures can put patients at risk.
Oxygen is of vital importance to our systems and is becoming more and more scarce in our environment. Discovery ways to ozonate!
We are exposed to 160 toxins daily – way more than our natural detoxification process was designed to handle. Knowing what to do to help your body detox can make the difference between living healthy or living with illness.
When it comes to common ear infections in children, watching is often healthier than administering strong antibiotics that can upset a child's delicate gut flora. A pediatrician discusses a more natural approach.
There are numerous health benefits to propolis, the hidden gem you can find in raw, pure honey or take in tincture or capsule form.
Antibiotic resistance draws the headlines, but don't ignore the annihilation of beneficial microbes in your gastrointestinal tract every time you take antibiotics. Discover what you can do to avoid the gut flora carnage.
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.