antibiotic resistance

    When you were a child, germs were all lumped together. All you knew, all your parents knew was that they were bad for you. Whatever you went for – a cough, a sore throat, ear pain, a cut – you were given antibiotics. Antibiotic overuse wasn’t known back then. We now know that all bacteria […]

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    Every day, the danger of antibiotic resistance is gaining more attention in the media. Finally, the scientific community and medical industry are realizing that our global dependence on antibiotics – prescribed by doctors, flooding our household products, and even injected into our food supply – could be a bad idea in regards to long-term fighting […]

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    I’ve been warning you for years now. Nemesis day is coming ever closer. There will soon be a time when millions die and we have to watch it, because antibiotics stopped working. The tragedy is there are hundreds of suitable alternatives what orthodox medicine won’t even consider, because they are not “proper drugs”. Who cares, […]

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    I keep hitting the topic of antibiotics for MRSA and the fact that people need to get educated on antibiotic resistance. You’ve heard of MRSA, everyone has heard of MRSA. But did you know it now kills more people than AIDS and is gaining ground fast? It doesn’t require unusual sexual practices to spread; with […]

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    There are more and more resistant “superbugs” every month, it seems. Exactly as I predicted in my powerful eBook “How To Survive In A World Without Antibiotics”, more and more resistant and deadly bugs are emerging all the time. It will soon reach a tidal wave. It’s inevitable. People are going to die in the thousands, […]

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    Forget swine flu. It’s trivial at the side of resistant bacteria deaths. As of Nov 6th the total still hasn’t reached 1,000 in the US, despite the continuing media hysteria [http://www.cdc.gov/h1n1flu/updates/us/]. Deaths from resistant bacteria run in the 10,000s. MRSA alone killed 19,000 in 2005, the latest year for which I can find official US […]

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