How Antiobiotics Created the Industrial Chicken Industry – And Drug-Resistant Infections

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Joseph Mercola Antibiotic resistance is a vastly underestimated health threat; an estimated 23,000 Americans die each year from drug-resistant infections, including drug-resistant sexually transmitted diseases. Agriculture plays a major role in this; in the U.S., four times as many antibiotics are used in livestock as are used in human medicine. When animals are given antibiotics, […]

Role of Homeopathy on Infectious Diseases and Alternatives to Antibiotics

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Don J. Scott Berin Towards the end of Louis Pasteur’s life, he confessed that germs may not be the cause of disease after all, but may simply be another symptom of disease. He had come to realize that germs seem to lead to illness primarily when the person’s immune and defense system (what biologists call […]

Sales of ‘Last-Resort’ Antibiotic Driving Spread of Dangerous Superbugs

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Misbah Khan The global trade in a vital antibiotic for use on livestock farms is still driving the spread of dangerous superbugs in low- and middle-income countries, according to new research. Colistin is a last-resort antibiotic used to treat serious illnesses such as pneumonia when other drugs have not been effective. However, it is also commonly […]

Probiotics Principles

Michael Klaper … The bacteria in our intestines are originally common soil bacteria. How do they get into our guts? Animals who live earth-connected lives, like grazing deer and antelope, are constantly refreshing their intestinal flora as they eat and drink. They pull up clumps of grass with soil particles clinging to the roots and […]

Pandemic History, Adjusted for Financial Return

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David Bell The rapidly-growing pandemic preparedness industry is dominating global public health and proving increasingly lucrative. To support this agenda, numerous white papers are emerging, sponsored by such institutions as the World Bank, G7, G20 and World Health Organization that insist that pandemics are increasing in frequency and impact. A glance at global burden of […]

A New Bacterial Disease? No, It’s Just More Fearmongering

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Dawn Lester In the past few days there have been a number of media reports about a new potentially dangerous ‘disease’, although at the moment it seems to be confined to the UK, as can be seen by a 2nd December BBC article entitled Six children die with Strep A bacterial infection … It would […]

Short-Term Benefits and Long-Term Damage Ingesting Probiotics, Antiobiotics and Enzymes

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Robert O. Young Taking probiotics and enzymes can have perceived health benefits with many long-term harmful effects! Probiotics and enzymes are acidifying to the body and therefore should not be ingested for long periods of time. Probiotics are biological transformations of what use to be healthy organized matter into bacteria, yeast and/or mold. All bacteria […]

Why Infectious Diseases Are a Huge Problem (Again)

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Vernon Coleman A few decades ago, the development of antibiotics led many people to believe that the threat offered by infectious diseases had, to a large extent, been conquered. But a combination of greed and stupidity has changed all that. The effectiveness of antibiotics has been dramatically weakened by three main groups: the companies making […]