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Antibiotic overuse kills thousands each year: Authorities urge people to just stay home and rest when ill

November 16, 2017 - antibiotic overuse, some drugs are now ineffective, and there are at least 5,000 deaths in England that are caused by infections that cannot be cured. Experts surmise that within the next 30 years, antibiotic resistance might kill more people than cancer and diabetes combined.

This crisis, dubbed the “post-antibiotic apocalypse,” might even cause some infections to worsen and be prolonged. To prevent antibiotic overuse, PHE has started a “keep antibiotics ...

ALARM as more than 30,000 Europeans die annually from SUPERBUGS triggered by pharmaceutical overuse and abuse

November 29, 2023 -

Researchers estimate that anywhere between 31,000 and 39,000 Europeans succumb to death by superbugs, often due to overdependence on and abuse of pharmaceutical antibiotics, which are a leading cause of superbugs.

Antibiotic overuse both in human and veterinary medicine has caused deadly bacteria to become "smarter," effectively outsmarting even the most advanced antibiotics designed to destroy them.

The hardest-hit countries, according to data compiled ...

This science-backed NATURAL ANTIBIOTIC cocktail is known to help fight off infections

February 14, 2024 -

Here is an example of a natural remedy that can be of great help to you all year round. Science has proven that the four natural antibiotics that make up this now-viral remedy can offer sufficient protection against common infections.The power of ginger, honey, turmeric and vanilla as natural antibiotics

The miracle remedy shared by TikTok star Armen Adamjan of "creative explained" – a concoction made of ginger, turmeric, honey and vanilla – has been hailed as the "most ...

Study: Air pollution could be linked to antibiotic resistance and infectious bacterial diseases

August 10, 2023 -

Details of the study were published in the journal The Lancet Planetary Health. Antibiotic resistance and air pollution

With the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the whole world experienced the terrifying potential of new diseases to infect many people. The role that environmental changes play in worsening new diseases also became clear.

While research about the links between these factors is still ongoing, findings from recent studies suggest that there ...

Antibiotic contamination of U.S. food supply increasing as Big Pharma pushes more drugs for animals

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Believe it or not, most antibiotics sold in the United States are administered to livestock used in the meat industry. And they are typically given to healthy animals for purposes other than treating sickness – this includes for prophylactic and growth promotion purposes.

As of 2020, upwards of 69 percent of the U.S. antibiotic supply is found in meat that people and other animals eat for sustenance. Since the drugs often persist in meat tissue, many people are thus consuming ...

UN report warns that SUPERBUGS could kill up to 10M people each year by 2050

August 03, 2023 - antibiotic overuse and misuse is one crucial step to curb the emergence of superbugs.

"Antibiotics and antifungals do not work on viruses, such as colds and the flu. These drugs save lives. But, anytime they are used, they can lead to side effects and antimicrobial resistance," the report stated.

It also emphasized that the health of people, animals, plants and the environment are closely linked and interdependent. Authors of the report called on governments ...

Entire hospital ICU in China gets completely overtaken by antibiotic-resistant superbugs, putting patients at serious risk

May 11, 2023 -

British researchers recently reported on a hospital in Hangzhou, China, that became completely overrun with a particularly virulent antibiotic-resistant "superbug" that ended up infecting one in three patients.

Known as carbapenem-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii, or CRAB, the superbug in question found its way into the hospital's intensive care unit (ICU). From there, it spread through HVAC ventilation ducts, plumbing, and shared equipment, infecting both patients and ...

MILLIONS die every year from superbug infections because the medical establishment won’t dare talk about CHLORINE DIOXIDE, which kills superbugs

August 04, 2023 -

Now one of the leading causes of death in America, superbugs have captured the attention of scientists who say they have no idea what to do about them, even though there are natural solutions that the establishment ignores.

(Related: Check out our recent coverage about how chlorine dioxide is a powerful remedy against MRSA and other hospital superbugs.)

"That resistance out there is actually now one of the leading causes of death in the world," says Dr. Chris Murray, ...

Hungry and angry: “Hangry” bacteria could be spreading toxins that make you sick

May 12, 2023 -

The research was conducted by scientists from the University of North Carolina (UNC) and published in the journal Nature Microbiology.Some cells in a bacterial community can cause illness

Adam Rosenthal, an assistant professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at UNC, and his colleagues from Harvard University, Princeton University and Danisco Animal Nutrition discovered that "genetically identical cells within a bacterial community have different functions....

Tyson reintroduces antibiotics into chicken after pledging to remove them in 2017

July 06, 2023 -

Tyson to re-introduce antibiotics (ionophores) into their poultry supply

As antibiotic-resistance became a global public health threat in the 21st century, antibiotic use in animals became a controversial practice. By 2011, nearly 30 million pounds of antibiotics were sold for animals, compared to just under 8 million pounds for humans. By 2013, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) began to limit antibiotics in meat production. In 2017, Tyson pledged to remove antibiotics from ...

Chlorine dioxide proven to kill hospital superbugs, including MRSA

July 26, 2023 -

George Georgiou, a researcher from the Da Vinci BioSciences Research Centre in Cyprus, set out to determine new methods of fighting MRSA, which kills at least 50,000 people every year in the United States and Europe alone.

More than 10 percent of all bloodstream Staphylococcus aureus infections are caused by MRSA, Georgiou found, while several countries are seeing closer to 50 percent being caused by MRSA – and antibiotic-resistant strains of Staph only continue to rise ...

Recommended antibiotics are shockingly ineffective for common childhood illnesses, study finds

November 03, 2023 -

In the study, which was published in The Lancet Regional Health – Southeast Asia, researchers from the University of Sydney looked at the resistance rates among kids in 11 countries from 2011 to 2021. They examined antibiotics recommended by the World Health Organization’s most recent guidelines on antibiotic usage. They found that many of those recommended by the WHO to treat common infections such as meningitis, sepsis and pneumonia had efficacy rates of less than 50 percent....

Shortage of ANTIBIOTICS could worsen SYPHILIS epidemic in the U.S.

July 12, 2023 -

Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer announced in a June 12 letter that the long-acting injectable antibiotic Bicillin L-A, formally penicillin G benzathine, currently has low supply. The same problem also applied to another kind of antibiotic called penicillin G procaine.

According to the company, the shortages were caused by a significant increase in demand triggered by the rising rate of syphilis infections. Bicillin's recent use as an alternative to the more common amoxicillin ...

FACT CHECK: Covid was mild and barely killed anyone – ventilator-acquired pneumonia, on the other hand, killed millions

May 19, 2023 -

SARS-CoV-2, it turns out, was relatively mild the entire time, afflicting most people with little more than a cold or sniffles. The establishment health system, however, was told and incentivized to make it appear like another black plague, which sent countless millions to an early grave through the "treatment" modalities they were offered.

One of those so-called treatments was ventilators, which caused patients who otherwise would have survived, in most cases, to develop ...

Gays and other “love is love” LGBTs are creating and spreading drug-resistant diseases like SYPHILIS and CHLAMYDIA

October 08, 2023 -

According to the latest data, there has been a 74 percent increase in syphilis cases over the past five years, including 2,800 new cases of congenital syphilis in 2021 alone. That same year, 220 infants died from exposure to the LGBT-spread disease, even though these precious babes did nothing to warrant contracting it except that they were somehow exposed to the "love is love" crowd.

Chlamydia rates are also off the charts, having reached their highest levels since ...

FDA: Basic antibiotics shortage ongoing since Q4 last year, some medicines to completely run out by end of June

June 23, 2023 -

The FDA cited amoxicillin, a common antibiotic used to treat a broad range of conditions, to be short in supply. As per the agency, the antibiotic's oral solution was in its drug shortage database, which relies on reports from manufacturers. The oral solution is an anti-infective used with pediatric patients.

And just recently, Big Pharma company Pfizer announced that several types of penicillin will completely run out later this year. Penicillin, a beta-lactam antibiotic, ...

Poll: Parents most concerned about excessive use of SOCIAL MEDIA and mobile devices as kids return to school

August 29, 2023 -

This was the finding of the National Poll on Children's Health conducted by the C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, affiliated with the University of Michigan Medical School. Two-thirds of parents cited three main concerns – overall screen time, social media overuse and internet safety.

Aside from this, mental health issues were also listed as a concern by parents participating in the poll. Issues surrounding technology and emotional health dominated 2023's Top 10 list of ...

Doctors warn about the “hidden harms” of bioengineered (GMO) “food”

September 28, 2023 -

Increasingly more doctors are warning their patients about the "hidden harms" of transgenic foods, which in addition to being tainted with dangerous crop chemicals like glyphosate (Roundup) are also likely toxic in and of themselves.

Many people who eat GMOs, often unknowingly since most are still not labeled, report allergic reactions, antibiotic resistance, and other health problems that did not exist prior to the advent of biotechnology.

According to the ...

DIRTY SHOTS: DNA contamination and cancer-causing agent SV40 found in mRNA vaccines

May 25, 2023 -

Microbiologist Dr. Kevin McKernan has discovered "unacceptable levels" of double-stranded DNA plasmids floating around Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. Pharmaceutical and medical device R&D executive Sasha Latypova expounded on McKernan's findings in an interview with "The Freedom Corner with Peter Sweden."

Latypova said the DNA contamination is a significant problem because the replicable DNA plasmids can invade human cells and bacteria in the gut. This invasion can lead to ...

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