Tag Archives: antibiotic resistance

Cannabinoids show potent antibacterial activity against six different strains of MRSA

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(NaturalHealth365) Over the past five years, the infection rates for MRSA, or methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus, have doubled. Yet, we know that cannabinoids can help address this serious health threat. In fact, the scientific proof is stunning! (a perfectly safe solution is available – now) According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), MRSA affects 94,000 Americans each year, ... Read More »

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The ‘complete the course’ antibiotic message from doctors is NOT backed by good science, say experts

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(NaturalHealth365) Doctors are known for insisting that an entire course of antibiotics should be taken whenever they are prescribed. This advice has been maintained even when patients start to feel better or their symptoms have abated. Now new information out of Brighton and Sussex Medical School is saying otherwise. Professor Martin Llewelyn and colleagues from Brighton and Sussex believe that ... Read More »

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Jonathan Landsman hosts the Immune Defense Summit, FREE and online starting July 24

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(NaturalHealth365) The best defense against illness and disease is a strong immune system. Unfortunately, according to Jonathan Landsman, host of NaturalHealth365, too many so-called ‘health’ organizations and government agencies fail to emphasize this reality.  As a result, most people are uninformed about the importance of immune system health and how to best support it. The Immune Defense Summit is on ... Read More »

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Antibiotic resistance solutions and strategies revealed at the Immune Defense Summit, FREE and online starting July 24th

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(NaturalHealth365) Antibiotic resistance is a growing threat in our world with no truly effective remedy currently offered by Western medicine. By some estimates, antibiotic-resistant “superbugs” will kill more people than cancer by 2050.  No doubt, it’s time to focus on solutions. Your best defense against infectious disease and tomorrow’s global health threats is a strong immune system. However, all too ... Read More »

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Antibiotic resistance: Routine surgeries and minor infections projected to become life-threatening

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(NaturalHealth365) Drug-resistant infections claim close to 700,000 lives worldwide every year – a shocking figure. Yet experts say this is only the beginning. If the crisis is not addressed, the toll is expected to rise to over 10 million lives a year by 2050 – more than the lives annually lost to cancer. Make no mistake – this is a ... Read More »

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EPA allowing residues of antibiotics in Florida orange juice, contributing to antibiotic resistance

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(NaturalHealth365) Got “bugs”? Although this phrase is not likely to rival the American Dairy Association’s “Got milk?” advertising slogan in popularity, alarmed environmental groups say that it may soon accurately reflect the content of your orange juice. Beyond Pesticides fears that the EPA’s recent approval of an emergency exemption allowing residues of antibiotics (and other drugs) in Florida orange juice ... Read More »

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Glyphosate was patented as an antibiotic … is this contributing to antibiotic resistance?

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(NaturalHealth365) For decades, the environment – rivers, lakes, fields, humans, livestock and wildlife – has been exposed to the toxic effects of glyphosate, the active ingredient in the weed killer Roundup. The chemical, classified as a probable carcinogen by the World Health Organization in 2015, has been linked to kidney disease, liver damage, birth defects, cancers, Parkinson’s disease, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma ... Read More »

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Seafood warning: Why you may be eating toxic antibiotic-tainted fish from China

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(NaturalHealth365) Scientists and medical professionals have long been concerned about the advent of “superbugs” – bacteria that have mutated in order to become resistant to antibiotics. Troubling new research has emerged showing that antibiotic residue can be found in a significant portion of the seafood imported from China – meaning that evidence of this growing threat can now be found ... Read More »

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Manuka honey is effective in treating antibiotic-resistant bacteria

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(NaturalHealth365) You may already know that honey is a delicious, more nutritious alternative to sugar and artificial sweeteners. However, did you know that Manuka honey – in particular – can fight off infections, as a potent ally against harmful bacteria? This special type of honey has been shown to minimize the threat of infections while also helping us to avoid ... Read More »

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New antibiotic resistant superbug gene threatens humanity

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(NaturalHealth365) Though antibiotics have saved millions of lives since penicillin came about 75 years ago, the current unrestrained use of these drugs have had dangerous consequences – sometimes unexpectedly. Each year, more than two million Americans become infected with bacterial infections that are resistant to antibiotics. As a direct result, 23,000 to 37,000 of them die due to those infections. ... Read More »

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Antibiotic resistance makes vitamin C more important than ever

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(NaturalHealth365) Each year, in the United States, at least 2 million people become infected with antibiotic-resistance bacteria – 23,000 of them are fatal. This development of drug-resistant bacterial infections can be traced to the overuse of antibiotics leading to antibiotic resistance. However, with an estimated 200 million-plus antibiotic prescriptions written every year in the U.S., this very real threat of ... Read More »

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9 reasons to avoid antibiotics for life

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(NaturalHealth365) Heralded as wonder drugs, beginning with the discovery of penicillin in 1928, antibiotics continue to play a major role in conventional medicine. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, at least 150 million antibiotic prescriptions are written in the United States, every year, many of them for infants and children. Other studies suggest that figure to be well over ... Read More »

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