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Junk food, antibiotics cause Crohn's disease rates to triple among young persons

7/7/2014 - The Daily Mail recently featured an article titled, "Junk food blamed for soaring rate of Crohn's disease among young: Three times as many 16 to 30-year-olds have condition than a decade ago." According to the article, doctors in the UK blame the "epidemic" on a significant increase in junk food...

Germs becoming resistant as organizations call for passing of PARA - Preventing Antibiotic Resistance Act

7/3/2014 - A flood of letters and signatures to end antibiotics in animal agriculture is being called for by supporters of the Preventing Antibiotic Resistance Act (PARA), Senate Bill 1256. The case of a mother from Maryland exemplifies antibiotic resistance A mom named Nicole, from Kensington, Maryland, developed...

Natural antibiotics to stockpile now: 10 herbs and foods that kill superbugs

6/16/2014 - Longtime readers of Natural News know that, because of massive over-prescribing by the modern healthcare industry, today's crop of antibiotics are becoming less and less effective. Another culprit: The increased use of antibiotics in factory-farm animals. "It is not difficult to make microbes resistant...

Antibiotics found at high concentrations in China's lakes and rivers

5/27/2014 - Cities in China are quickly becoming toxic waste sites, emitting so much pollution now that people have to walk around with filters over their face. Even the bright blue skies above these highly polluted cities can't disperse the smog. One man has even proposed selling jarred French mountain air to...

WHO report labels antibiotic resistance 'global threat,' calls for urgent action

5/2/2014 12:31:22 PM - A new report issued by the World Health Organization denounces the current overuse of antibiotics and is saying that antibiotics now pose a "major global threat" to public health. Calling for urgent action, WHO says that antibiotic resistance is occurring "in every region of the world." Describing...

Fire blight: Yeast and copper sprays provide organic alternative to soon-to-be banned chemical antibiotics

4/30/2014 - Bet you didn't know that many organic apples and pears have been produced in orchards that spray antibiotics onto their trees. Two pharmaceutical antibiotics, oxytetracycline and streptomycin, have been used by organic apple and pear growers to combat a bacterial infection known as fire blight. But...

5 powerful antibiotics that don't require a prescription

4/30/2014 - Hospital antibiotics have become one of the most over prescribed "medicines" today. As a result people have ruined their digestive systems, and ironically, have lowered their natural immunity to all types of infections in the future. Get rid if infections without the digestive destruction, with these...

Kitchen cutting boards infected with drug-resistant bacteria

4/16/2014 3:56:08 PM - Cutting boards in home and hospital kitchens may be sources of drug-resistant bacteria, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University Hospital Basel in Switzerland and published in the journal Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology in March. Over the course of 16 months,...

Scientists discover why honey is still the best antibiotic

4/11/2014 - Conventional antibiotics are overprescribed and overconsumed. They are given out like parade candy, tossed out to anyone waving their hands. 2010 data obtained by the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) show that a whopping 833 antibiotic prescriptions are handed out on average per every 1,000 people. ...

Corporate Clout Chips away at Organic Standards

4/6/2014 - Co-authored by Alexis Baden-Mayer and Ronnie Cummins. The Organic Consumers Association has a long history http://organicconsumers.org/articles/article_21845.cfm of defending the integrity of organic standards. Last September, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), under pressure from corporate...

U.S. treating meat with ammonia, bleach and antibiotics to kill the '24-hour sickness'

3/29/2014 - Modern "food" science, processed food and the chemical medicine industry all thrive on one theory: If something doesn't make you sick or kill you within 24 hours, then it's "safe." This is simply not true. If you eat some fast food and get deathly sick 48 hours later, from food poisoning, E. coli,...

Antibiotics causing fatal diarrhea in children

3/18/2014 - Newly published research from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has found that doctor-prescribed antibiotics could be contributing to bouts of fatal diarrhea in children. Scientists found that the majority of pediatric Clostridium difficile infections took place following a round...

Slaughtering 9 billion chickens a year worldwide equates to 17,000 deaths every minute

3/6/2014 - What's the average price of conventional chicken per pound right now? $3.68 is your packaged price for hormone-laden, antibiotic-loaded chicken. What's the cost for that same pound of chicken without antibiotics? $5.50 is your cost for a pound of chicken without medication that breeds superbugs. What...

FDA approves of agricultural use of antibiotics that pose 'high risk' to human health

2/5/2014 - Thirty dangerous antibiotics, deemed potentially harmful by the FDA, continue to run amuck in farm animal feed, welcoming drug-resistant bacteria. This includes 18 'high risk' antibiotics. Thanks to inaction by the US Food and Drug Administration, these drugs have been and will remain as additives in...

FDA's new rule on livestock antibiotics a total joke: Voluntary limits won't work

1/20/2014 - You may have already heard about the new guidance recently issued by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) concerning the use of antibiotics in commercial livestock, which on its surface appears to be a positive step forward for cleaning up the factory farm industry. But what you may not be aware...

New FDA guidance on factory farm antibiotics too little too late; 'Requirements' completely voluntary

12/17/2013 - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has finally taken what appears, at least on the surface, to be some formidable action with regard to the widespread problem of antibiotic overuse in factory farm animals, having recently issued new guidelines restricting their use. But the agency's controversial...

Probiotics protect pigs from E. coli infections

12/13/2013 - The ramifications of a recent German study on piglets may lead to healthier livestock with less pharmaceutical antibiotic use if other farmers get involved and see the results. The study determined that pathogenic E. coli strains and their disease-causing genes were greatly lessened with probiotic...

Antibiotics unable to stop resistant typhoid fever

12/13/2013 - Scientists at Oxford University's Clinical Research Unit are stunned by new laboratory results. Their study, funded by the Wellcome Trust and published in the journal eLife, reports of typhoid fever bacteria strains that cannot be controlled. These bacterial strains are downright outsmarting scientists...

'The human race is in trouble' now that the post-antibiotic era is on our doorstep

12/9/2013 - The first person ever to fall victim to the so-called "post-antibiotic era" -- a New Zealand man recently died from a novel bacterial strain that is fully resistant to every known antibiotic -- has sparked fresh concerns about what some are now referring to as the real-life zombie apocalypse. Drug-resistant...

Antibiotics found to halt chemotherapy drugs from killing tumors

12/4/2013 - One of the biggest problems with Western medicine's reliance on drug-based solutions to disease is that these conventional modalities can interfere with one another, often creating new problems that require even more drug-based solutions, and so on. And a new study published in the peer-reviewed journal...

Devastating effects of antibiotic overuse strike Europe as 'superbugs' develop resistance to last-line antibiotics

11/24/2013 - The most powerful class of antibiotics known to man appears to be losing its ability to fight deadly infections in Europe, says the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC). A recent announcement by this European Union (EU) monitoring agency warns that carbapenems, an extremely powerful...

Healthy probiotics show promise for replacing overused antibiotics in farm animals

11/24/2013 - It's well known that antibiotics are used heavily on factory farm animals. Their close quarters in CAFOs (concentrated animal feeding operations) are breeding farms for pathogenic bacteria and parasites. In order to curb infectious diseases among farm animals, antibiotics are used widely. So widely...

Maggots versus antibiotics in the fight against infection

11/7/2013 - In the fight against infection, antibiotics have become the go to resource in the last 70 years. The introduction of penicillin in the 1940s brought hope to the medical field for treatment of infections, but that hope quickly turned to false hope with the realization that bacteria are smarter and...

Why antibiotics are bad for your health

11/3/2013 - With winter rapidly approaching in the northern hemisphere, millions of people will sooner or later rush to the doctor for a prescription against the symptoms of a cold or influenza. But is taking medication, often antibiotics, really a wise choice? Even though modern medicine still has no cure for...

NIH turns to older, dangerous antibiotics to fight deadly superbug outbreak - We're running out of options

10/22/2013 - Locked in a battle with an extremely drug-resistant superbug last year, doctors at the National Institutes of Health's Clinical Center played one last card. They turned to colistin, as it's named, an antibiotic that is not a new creation. In fact, it was actually discovered growing in a beaker of fermenting...

Antibiotics overprescribed in patients with sore throats

10/14/2013 - It is a familiar scenario: you go to the doctor with a sore throat and he or she prescribes you a course of antibiotics without actually verifying your condition. But new research out of Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston confirms what many of us in the natural health community have suspected for...

FDA: 30 million pounds of antibiotics given to conventional livestock annually

10/9/2013 - While the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) endlessly stonewalls in establishing enforceable guidelines for the appropriate use of antibiotics in livestock, the conventional meat industry continues to shove about 30 million pounds of these drugs annually down the throats of animals. And recent...

Antibiotic usage causes eczema in children: Research

10/8/2013 - Children who receive treatment with antibiotics during their first year of life may have a 40 percent higher risk of developing eczema, according to a study published in the British Journal of Dermatology. The researchers conducted a review of 20 prior studies into a potential connection between...

GSK accused of secretive clinical trials of antibiotics, bizarre demands for control over results

10/2/2013 - An Italian research institute has severed collaborative ties with British drug giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) following a major dispute over who should have access to a series of clinical trial data on antibiotic treatments. As reported by Chemistry World, GSK refused to allow raw data from an allegedly...

The coming plague will not be stopped by drugs: CDC now admits era of antibiotics at an end as bacteria out-wit drug companies

9/17/2013 - In a breakthrough moment of truth for the CDC, the agency now openly admits that prescription antibiotics have led to a catastrophic rise in superbugs, causing the death of at least 23,000 Americans each year (an estimate even the CDC calls "conservative"). This is the conclusion of the CDC's new...

Antibiotics directly responsible for allowing deadly superbugs to take hold in the gut: Research

9/11/2013 - New research out of Stanford University in California has proven that commercial antibiotics are a major cause of, and not a solution to, the deadly "superbug" epidemic currently sweeping the globe. A recent analysis of the gut's microbial ecosystem and its collective response to invading pathogenic...

Burrito backlash: Chipotle announces it might use sick cows as beef source, then reverses itself after internet backlash

8/14/2013 - Earlier today, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc., reportedly told Bloomberg.com that it was considering expanding its supply chain to include sick animals treated with antibiotics. As Bloomberg shockingly reported: If Chipotle allows sick animals treated with antibiotics to remain in its supply chain,...

Cancer breakthrough: Probiotics may save patients from deadly chemotherapy; antibiotics may cause chemo to be fatal

8/1/2013 - If you or someone you love is facing the possibility of cancer or chemotherapy, make sure they read this story. Breakthrough new science conducted at the University of Michigan and about to be published in the journal Nature reveals that intestinal health is the key to surviving chemotherapy. The...

Antibiotic resistance growing out of control, routine medical procedures now deadly

7/22/2013 - As the so-called "season" of colds and flus makes this year's debut, yet another reason emerges to avoid antibiotics - or at least be more cautious and discriminating about when and how to use them. The United Kingdom now acknowledges that the excessive prescription and subsequent overuse of antibiotics...

Adding silver to antibiotics boosts their effectiveness against superbugs

6/28/2013 - The antibacterial benefits of silver have been known for thousands of years. The ancient Phoenicians, for instance, understood that keeping water, vinegar, and wine in silver vessels maintained their freshness. Similarly well-documented is the ancient Europeans' usage of colloidal silver - silver particles...

Chronic back pain cured by antibiotics; acne bacteria invade discs and cause debilitating pain

5/16/2013 - The latest science reveals that antibiotics may serve a legitimate and defining purpose in medicine after all, but probably not in the way you might think. Researchers from the University of Southern Denmark recently discovered that as many as 50 percent of all cases of lower back pain are more than...

Consumer group urges Trader Joe's to stop selling meat from animals raised on antibiotics

5/12/2013 - There is a very real public health crisis looming on the horizon, and its origins stem from the common food industry practice of force-feeding antibiotic drugs to cattle in order to bulk them up and rush their meat to market as quickly as possible. And a major consumer advocacy group is calling on the...

Antibiotic resistance poses 'catastrophic threat' to mankind over next 20 years: Breaking report

4/2/2013 - The growing resistance to the world's supply of antibiotics is becoming a "catastrophic threat" that will manifest itself over the next 20 years, according to a new report from the British government. Dame Sally Davies, Britain's Chief Medical Officer, called for global action in her first annual...

Antibiotic use on organic apples and pears proves unnecessary -- Here's how to end the madness and protect yourself

3/19/2013 - When we relish a delicious organic apple or pear, we usually don't suspect we are also ingesting a mouthful of antibiotics. As shocking as this may seem, it's yet another dirty little secret of the certified organic industry in the U.S. Used to control a tree born bacterial infection, antibiotics are...

There are antibiotics in your organic apples and pears: Sign the petition to stop this common practice

3/13/2013 - You may not be aware of it, but every time you bite into that crisp, organic apple or succulent, organic pear, you could be exposing yourself to two different antibiotic drugs that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)'s National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) has quietly allowed to be used on these...

Pediatricians scolded for over-prescribing antibiotics for children's ear infections

3/11/2013 - With antibiotic resistance on the rise, many in the medical community are finally coming to grips with the fact that something needs to change, and soon, if we are to avoid a complete public health apocalypse. And to help move this change along, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has issued new...

How medicine is killing us all: Antibiotics, superbugs and the next global pandemic

3/11/2013 - While globalists like Bill Gates are feverishly working on ways to reduce human population through vaccines, GMOs and abortions, an even more effective population killer is now emerging: drug-resistant strains of "gram-negative" bacteria: Superbugs. The global abuse of antibiotics and the rise of...

KFC halts chicken supply from 1,000 Chinese farms after antibiotics scare

3/2/2013 - Another day, another Chinese food scare. KFC is dropping more than 1,000 farms from its network of suppliers in China to make sure the food it serves is safe after a scandal over tainted chicken hurt company sales in that key (meaning large) emerging market last year. The issue came up in December...

Perspiration contains natural, safe antibiotics that kill dangerous germs, even TB, staph

2/25/2013 - Sweating is just a nasty annoyance to many modern-day people. Sure, it keeps you from overheating during exercise or if you are exposed to extremely hot weather. But most often, perspiration is seen as a negative body secretion to be stopped whenever possible with chemical-laden antiperspirants. On...

California pharmacy floods population with free antibiotics, promoting deadly superbugs and environmental pollution

2/20/2013 - Antibiotic-resistant superbugs kill 48,000 Americans each year -- roughly the same number of American soldiers who died in the entire Vietnam War. This data was published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, and the data is from 2006. It's certainly much worse today, and the health care costs related...

Chicken farmer uses oregano oil, cinnamon in place of antibiotics

1/8/2013 - Chicken and oregano may seem like an obvious pairing to culinary enthusiasts, but at least one Pennsylvania farm is demonstrating its extraordinary health benefits in food production as well. For three years or so, chickens at Bell & Evans have been dining on a special feed laced with oregano oil and...

Antibiotics are proven ineffective for coughs: Try Chinese medicine and herbs instead

1/7/2013 - As more research is done regarding so-called "non-traditional" healthcare, doctors and scientists are rediscovering "old" treatments that are increasingly supplanting today's standard treatments for a number of conditions. That includes coughs that often accompany the flu or mild chest infections,...

Sovereign Silver (colloidal silver) is the ultimate preparedness first aid product; more valuable than antibiotics in a collapse emergency

10/25/2012 - Every prepper knows about the benefits of colloidal silver. Used topically, colloidal silver kills bacteria, protecting wounds from infection. When taken internally, it accomplishes much the same thing, and I've personally seen it rescue someone from severe food poisoning during a hiking expedition...

Antibiotics infused into processed meats promotes growth of deadly bacteria

9/26/2012 - Health conscious individuals know that processed meats in the form of sausage, bologna and pepperoni contain chemical preservatives called nitrites that have been shown to promote cancer growth, and avoid these manufactured foods entirely. Unfortunately, millions of unsuspecting children and adults...

The last antibiotic: Drug companies run out of weapons against the very same superbugs they helped create

8/30/2012 - The age of antibiotics is over. It's history. There are no more patented chemical antibiotics in the pipeline. The drug companies have all but abandoned antibiotics research, leaving humanity to suffer the fate of a wave of drug-resistant bacteria -- superbugs -- that the drug companies actually helped...

The importance of probiotics after antibiotics

8/30/2012 - Most of us have taken antibiotics to get rid of a nasty cold that turned into a secondary bacterial infection, or as a preventative measure after a surgery or some other injury. We take these powerful drugs because we are told by our healthcare professionals that we must. After all, who would want to...

Young children more likely to be obese if given antibiotics as babies, study shows

8/29/2012 - Antibiotics took another hit recently as researchers in Great Britain concluded following a massive study that young children tend to be fatter if they were given antibiotics as babies. Researchers examined a total of 11,532 infants born in Avon, U.K, from 1991-1992 who were exposed to antibiotics...

How antibiotics destroy your immune system

7/16/2012 - Your immune system is constantly on a seek-and-destroy mission status - on the lookout for foreign invaders, naturally occurring cell defects and mutant cells. The immune system has a vast capacity to remember bad guys and deploy tactics that worked in the past to annihilate the enemy. Some of the fastest...

Traces of banned antibiotics discovered in poultry

7/8/2012 - Researchers at Johns Hopkins' Bloomberg School of Public Health and at Arizona State University have discovered traces of a banned antibiotic in poultry byproducts, which seems to indicate producers are evading 2005 regulation prohibiting its use in treating chickens and turkeys. The scientists said...

MRSA variant resistant to last line of antibiotic defense

6/4/2012 - MRSA strain CC5 has emerged as one of the first bacteria to be resistant to all antibiotics, meaning that this hospital acquired infection is now potentially the most dangerous threat to hospital patients. In the findings of a new study, published by the American Society for Microbiology, it was...

We knew this day would come - Deadly strain of MRSA now resistant to last-line antibiotics for infections

5/31/2012 - As more and more bacteria and organisms in the world become resistant to the things that used to kill them, which in turn has kept humanity relatively safe and healthy, there is new evidence that a deadly strain of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is now becoming resistant to last-ditch...

As antibiotics continue to fail, use garlic instead to kill MRSA and superbugs

5/30/2012 1:38:22 PM - Garlic has been used as an antibiotic, antiviral and antifungal for centuries. But most probably consider it a lightweight, outdated folk medicine against serious bacterial infections. Antibiotics gave modern allopathic pharmaceuticals an illusion of legitimacy from 1928, when penicillin was discovered,...

The end of Modern Medicine has arrived, according to the WHO

5/17/2012 - The day is coming when the host of antibiotics doctors currently use to fight off bacterial infections won't work anymore, leaving the world's population vulnerable to everything from scratches on your knee to disease, according to the United Nation's (UN) World Health Organization (WHO). That's...

Garlic more effective than antibiotics against food poisoning bacteria

5/10/2012 - If you feel ill because of food poisoning you may not feel like eating it, but garlic has been proven to be more effective than antibiotics in fighting the effects of food poisoning bugs. The active compound, diallyl sulphide, is able to breach the membranes on many bacteria that make them harder to...

Antibiotics abuse has turned ordinary throat infections into deadly killers

5/8/2012 10:56:09 AM - It is no longer a secret that drug-resistant bacteria are rapidly emerging and spreading all around the world as a result of the continued overuse and abuse of antibiotic drugs in both conventional medicine and industrial agriculture. But now it appears that the genes responsible for spawning these...

Use these natural remedies to fight and overcome superbugs

5/6/2012 - Nearly half of the meat sold in the United States has been found to contain methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MSRA), a strain that causes a staph infection but is resistant to antibiotic drugs. Antibiotic resistance caused by overusing antibiotics in people and animals creates superbugs,...

FDA refuses to ban antibiotics in livestock, resorts to voluntary phase out that will be ignored by industry

4/30/2012 - In a desperate attempt to avoid implementing an actual ban on the non-therapeutic use of antibiotic drugs in factory animal feed, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has once again made it abundantly clear that it favors corporate interests over public health. In a recent announcement, the FDA...

The 5 best natural antibiotics and anti-virals that destroy superbugs and just about everything else

4/10/2012 - Sir Alexander Fleming discovered the antibacterial power of the mold Penicillium notatum in 1928. Even though it was a natural healing agent effective in destroying Staphylococcus aureus and other noxious bacteria, the pharmaceutical industry got hold of nature's bounty and it became -- along with multiple...

Unvaccinated people a public health threat? Nope, people who take antibiotics are the real danger

3/6/2012 - Vaccine pushers often resort to an interesting fear tactic to try to mandate vaccine obedience among the masses: They insist that those who are unvaccinated are a health threat to the rest of the vaccinated population because the vaccinated people might get infected by the unvaccinated disease carriers! The...

Woman disabled by antibiotic taken for a simple chest infection

2/22/2012 - A patient suffering from a chest infection, and given antibiotics, claims she is now incapacitated due to the side effects of the drug that should have cured her condition. Within three days of being prescribed ciprofloxacin the housewife complained of extreme tightness in the back of her calf muscles...

Avoid antibiotics - There are alternatives

1/23/2012 12:22:29 PM - There are situations when antibiotics are necessary and sometimes life-saving. Severe infections of the nervous system, kidneys, blood, and lungs require antibiotics. But common respiratory and ear infections, for example, do not need antibiotics. Most of these are caused by viruses anyway, so antibiotics...

FDA backs off regulation on agricultural antibiotic abuse

1/2/2012 2:27:45 PM - Twas three days before Christmas and all through the U.S., people were shopping for last minute gifts. Sneakily into Big Agriculture's stocking, the feds did deposit some deregulation. On December 22, the Food and Drug Administration quietly announced it would dispense with any regulation of antibiotic...

Antibiotics can lead to crippling side effects and mental disorders

11/17/2011 - A close friend was put into a long term antibiotic regimen for a very unusual and difficult bacterial chronic lung infection. She started noticing nerve pains, arthritic symptoms and insomnia after a few months despite dosing up heavily with probiotics. After visiting an amoxicillin forum, she discovered...

FDA violates law by refusing to ban antibiotics from use in animal feed

11/14/2011 - Earlier in the year, several concerned groups sued the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for failing to address the issue of antibiotic use in animal feed (http://www.naturalnews.com/032824_antibiotics_animal_feed.html). Though numerous studies have found that adding antibiotics to animal feed undeniably...

Probiotics help offset some of the negative effects of antibiotics

11/8/2011 - The American College of Gastroenterology recently held their 76th Annual meeting in Washington D.C. At this meeting, two different studies were presented that looked at the effectiveness of probiotic use in the treatment of antibiotic-associated diarrhea and Clostridium difficile-associated diarrhea,...

Report: Antibiotics can permanently destroy gut flora balance, leading to lifelong illness

10/18/2011 - Overuse and overprescription of antibiotic drugs has become a widely known culprit in causing the emergence of antibiotic-resistant "superbugs," as well as the onset of digestive and other health problems, caused by the elimination of beneficial gut flora. But a new review published in the journal Nature...

Study: Children who take antibiotics more prone to contracting 'superbugs'

8/16/2011 - A group of Canadian researchers has found a link between taking antibiotics and a higher likelihood of harboring deadly "superbugs" like methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), which kills tens of thousands of people every year. Published in the journal Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent...

Natural amino acids preferable to antibiotics for treating infections, says study

6/27/2011 - As most NaturalNews readers probably already know, there is a rapidly-growing resistance to antibiotics that has given way to antibiotic-resistant "superbugs" like Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and Carbapenem-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae (CRKP), and even the strongest antibiotic...

FDA sued to halt antibiotics in animal feed

6/27/2011 - Since the 1950's livestock have had antibiotics added into their feed to speed up their growth and to prevent and treat illness. However, recently several environmental and public health groups have filed suit against the Food and Drug Administration to try and force the government to stop farmers from...

Magnesium Heals Cipro Damage

6/16/2011 - Even though I've been hearing magnesium miracle stories for a decade, here's a magnesium testimonial from a reader of my blog that amazed even me. First of all, I have to set the stage. Many of you may not know that a certain family of antibiotics called flouroquinolone causes muscle and tendon damage....

Forensic evidence emerges that European e.coli superbug was bioengineered to produce human fatalities

6/6/2011 - Even as the veggie blame game is now under way across the EU, where a super resistant strain of e.coli is sickening patients and filling hospitals in Germany, virtually no one is talking about how e.coli could have magically become resistant to eight different classes of antibiotic drugs and then suddenly...

E.coli superbug outbreak in Germany due to abuse of antibiotics in meat production

6/2/2011 - The e.coli outbreak in Germany is raising alarm worldwide as scientists are now describing this particular strain of e.coli as "extremely aggressive and toxic." Even worse, the strain is resistant to antibiotics, making it one of the world's first widespread superbug food infections that's racking up...

Doctors needlessly prescribe one million antibiotics a year to children with asthma

5/29/2011 - Standard protocol for many conventional doctors seems to be something along the lines of, when in doubt, just prescribe an antibiotic. A new study published in the journal Pediatrics has found that US doctors are literally handing out antibiotics like candy by needlessly prescribing about one million...

Scientists discover new method by which bacteria become resistant to antibiotics

5/14/2011 - Overuse of antibiotics both in conventional livestock feed and in human medical applications has led to increasing bacterial resistance to antibiotic drugs. However, a new study published in the online journal Nature Chemical Biology suggests that bacteria have also found another way to become resistant...

Prenatal, perinatal and postnatal antibiotics may threaten the health of your child

3/14/2011 - Americans consume more pharmaceutical medications than any other people in the world. Among the most frequently prescribed medications are antibiotics. The excessive and injudicious use of antibiotics in infants, children and pregnant women is not without consequences. This nation is experiencing an...

Treat boils naturally without antibiotics

2/15/2011 - It is possible to treat boils at home with natural remedies and diligent effort. But many people proceed directly to physicians for antibiotics. The natural treatment of boils requires time and patience, sometimes several weeks to complete healing. However, successful natural treatment of boils at home...

Natural antibiotics and medicines combat winter ailments

1/29/2011 - Enhance your family's heath in winter by using natural antibiotics, immune boosters and medicines. Common illnesses such as colds, flu and throat infections can be prevented and/or cured by the use of simple, natural antibiotics and medicines. Used on a regular basis, these natural immune boosters will...

Antibiotics make animals fat and sick

1/7/2011 - Most people know that conventionally raised animals are regularly given antibiotics. In fact, according to the FDA, 29 million pounds of antibiotics are fed to livestock each year and for drug companies, this adds billions to the bottom line. Most people assume that antibiotics are given to livestock...

Antibiotics are not needed for ear infections in children

12/15/2010 - Ear infections represent the most common reason for antibiotic prescriptions in children, even though the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that most children with acute ear infections be observed for a period of 48 to 72 hours without antibiotics (AAP Subcommittee, 2004). They reached this...

Antibiotics largely pass through body unabsorbed and pollute environment

12/8/2010 - A Virginia Tech researcher and her colleagues recently discovered that the vast majority of common antibiotic drugs end up passing through the body without breaking down and metabolizing. In fact, up to 90 percent of most antibiotics are not absorbed by the body, and end up being discharged into the...

Antibiotics and Hospitals Cause Alarming Rise in Life-Threatening C Difficile Infections

11/11/2010 - An old bacterial nemesis is becoming more deadly and its incidence is increasing at alarming rates in hospitals and homes across North America and Europe. Its name is clostridium difficile (C difficile) and its primary cause is antibiotic drugs wiping out bacteria that compete with C difficile. In recent...

Antibiotics used in meat pose a threat to public health, admits FDA

10/22/2010 - On June 28 of this year, the FDA issued a draft of new guidelines urging meat producers to refrain from using antibiotics to promote livestock growth, calling the practice an "urgent public health issue." "To preserve the effectiveness [of antibiotics], we simply must use them as judiciously as possible,"...

Study Shows Xylitol is a Sweet Alternative to Antibiotics for Ear Infections

9/23/2010 - Xylitol has been shown to have many health benefits, yet few know of its healing power to prevent ear infections in children. It inhibits bacterial growth thus helping to avoid the use of dangerous antibiotics. Xylitol is a natural low-calorie, low-glycemic sugar substitute produced from the fibers...

Restore Total Digestive Health Naturally

9/2/2010 - Candida albicans, one of the most misdiagnosed health ailments in the world, is a disease that leads towards a variety of health problems including heart inflammation, fatigue, mood swings, and asthma. Sparked by antibiotic use, this yeast imbalance affects subjects who are taking pharmaceutical antibiotics....

Antibiotics on the verge of becoming completely useless

8/16/2010 - The journal Lancet Infectious Diseases recently published a sobering piece about how antibiotics are becoming wholly ineffective as treatments for infection. According to the report, even the most powerful antibiotics available are largely inadequate at tackling the emerging forms of new and powerful...

USDA says antibiotic use in livestock is negatively affecting humans

8/2/2010 - The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently testified before a House committee that antibiotic use in animal agriculture causes humans who eat such meat to develop antimicrobial and antibiotic resistance. Conventional cattle farmers often use antibiotics to speed the growth of their...

Antibiotics May Make Us Fat

7/30/2010 - The obesity epidemic is rampant, and there are many reasons for this big fat problem. Although asking if antibiotics make us fat may initially sound like some type of joke, recent articles in Scientific American and Science magazine shows that some researchers are taking it seriously. Actually, evidence...

China's reckless use of antibiotics unleashes deadly superbugs on the world

7/16/2010 - China's profligate use of antibiotics in both medicine and agriculture is creating a grave threat to global health, scientists have warned. Overuse of antibiotics encourages the evolution of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, also known as "superbugs," which are far more dangerous than their antibiotic-sensitive...

Common Antibiotics Increase Your Skin Cancer Risk

6/27/2010 - Most people would identify sun exposure as the primary risk factor for getting skin cancer, but few would think of antibiotics as a contributing factor to this deadly disease. Yet there is an entire class of antibiotics that are known to cause a condition known as photocarcinogenesis that can multiply...

MRSA superbugs actually caused by widespread antibiotics use in the 1960s

3/31/2010 - A recent study published in the journal Science has concluded that the emergence of antibiotic-resistant superbugs, also known as methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), was caused by the widespread use of synthetic antibiotic drugs which began in the 1960s. Scientists analyzed 63 samples...

Antibiotics Linked to Increased Risk of Birth Defects

3/23/2010 - Taking antibiotics during pregnancy can increase the risk of birth defects, according to a study conducted by researchers from the National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities and published in the Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine. Although approximately 30 percent of...

Animal antibiotics are causing drug-resistant, killer infections

1/27/2010 - The proliferation of drug-resistant "superbugs" has been steadily increasing due to the widespread use of antibiotic drugs. Particularly in pigs, chickens, and cows, excessive antibiotic use by farmers has led to killer infections that do not respond to antibiotic treatment. Over 65,000 people die every...

70 Percent of antibiotics used on animals slaughtered for food

1/26/2010 - Widespread antibiotic use in animal agriculture is drawing increasing fire as a primary cause of the growing prevalence of drug-resistant and ever more lethal superbugs. "There is clear evidence of the human health consequences [from agricultural use of antibiotics, including] infections that would...

Antibiotic Resistant Germs Threaten while Colloidal Silver is Banned in EU

1/21/2010 - Here's breaking news that's a double barrel blast. A November 2009 Henry Ford hospital report claims dangerous Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) bacteria are approaching epidemic status, and so are other antibiotic resistant microbes. And now: As of January 1, 2009, the EU (European...

Colloidal silver better than antibiotics

11/13/2009 - Colloidal silver is one of the best natural antibiotics yet discovered in human history. For many health applications, it's safer, cheaper and far more effective than traditional antibiotics. The effectiveness of colloidal silver is such a huge threat to the pharmaceutical industry that the FDA (and...

When Antibiotics Fail, Nurses Turn to Maggots And Manuka Honey to Beat Superbugs

11/12/2009 - Faced with a growing prevalence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, hospitals in the United Kingdom are adopting traditional medicinal techniques to fight infection, such as maggots and honey. Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and other drug-resistant infections kill or hasten the...

Using probiotics to prevent or eliminate Candida

10/28/2009 - Probiotics are good for much more than simply enhancing intestinal health and improving digestion; they're also very effective at preventing candida albicans (as you'll see below). Here you'll find a healthy collection of explanations, supporting quotes and testimonials about the use of probiotics...

Antibiotics Cause Health Problems and Candida Overgrowth

10/9/2009 - Over half a million kids in the U.S. each year have side effects or bad reactions from common prescription drugs, and five percent of them are hospitalized. Children under five are the most affected and the drugs causing the problems run the gamut, but antibiotics have been found to cause the most problems. Immediate...

Healthy People Taking Antibiotics May Spread Superbug Infection

9/3/2009 - Clostridium difficile, usually known as simply C. difficile, is a bacterium that spreads by bacterial spores. And a new study raises the disturbing possibility that antibiotics taken by people who aren't even ill from these bacteria can spur the germ into becoming a kind of bacterial spore spewing mega...

Loophole Allows Canadian Farmers to Import Untested Antibiotics for Use in Livestock

5/11/2009 - A loophole in federal law is allowing Canadian farmers to import unapproved and untested antibiotics with little oversight, according to an article released on April 8 in the Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ). Seven years after experts called for stricter guidelines in antibiotic importing,...

Hospitals Are Breeding Grounds for Superbugs

3/23/2009 - Do you know what the two most dangerous objects in a hospital are? A doctor's necktie and a doctor's cell phone! It's true: Neckties and cell phones harbor superbugs such as MRSA. This has been proven time and time again by numerous studies you can find written up in the popular press (http://health.usnews.com/articles/health/healthday/2009/03/06/are-hospital-mobile-phones-dialing-up-superbugs.html). On...

Antibiotics Given During Labor Cause Cerebral Palsy

3/9/2009 - The use of antibiotics during premature labor may increase an infant's risk of developing cerebral palsy, according to a study conducted by researchers from Oxford University. "This highlights the importance of fully understanding both the immediate and long-term impact of the care and treatment...

Use Natural Remedies for Ear Infections

3/6/2009 - Every parent knows how much misery an ear infection can cause for their baby. The pain, irritability, and sleepless nights take a toll on the whole family. As more and more parents are learning, the majority of ear infections are caused by a virus which means they will not respond to antibiotics. In...

Industrial Farm Animal Production Linked to Increased Human Disease

2/24/2009 - Many health conscious people have made the decision not to eat meat, viewing the consumption of animal flesh as having negative consequences on the body, the spirit, and even the personality. Animal rights activists have been quite vocal in pointing out the deplorable conditions under which animals...

Antibiotics Kill Eighty Thousand Chinese a Year

1/14/2009 - If you hear of thousands of people dying in one year from drugs, you may automatically think the deaths were probably due to overdoses of addictive and illegal substances like heroin or methamphetamines, or from tainted prescription drugs. But in China, 80,000 people are dying annually from legal medications...

Antibiotics Found to Harm Tendons

12/26/2008 - The FDA has issued a call for "black box" warnings to be placed on certain antibiotics about the risk that they may cause tendonitis and ruptured tendons. The antibiotics affected are those in the fluoroquinolone family, including Bayer's Cipro (generic name ciprofloxacin) and Avelox, Johnson &...

Growing Use of Antibiotics Concerns Health Officials

12/22/2008 - Doctors in the United Kingdom need to drastically scale back on prescribing antibiotics for respiratory tract infections, according to the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE). NICE, the agency responsible for deciding which treatments are most cost-effective for the United...

Negative Reactions to Antibiotics

12/1/2008 - Every year, in the United States, there are more than 140,000 incidences of bad reactions to antibiotics which result in visits to the Emergency Department (ED), a study carried out by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimated. Details of the Study For the study, the first of...

Antibiotic Use Is a Flashing Indicator for Cancer Risk

11/12/2008 - How ironic that the very thing we were taught would save us may actually be increasing our chances of death from a fatal disease. Recent research has established the link between antibiotic use and cancer. The International Journal of Cancer, August 14th issue reports a nationwide cohort study to...

Tyson Foods Injects Chickens with Antibiotics Before They Hatch to Claim "Raised without Antibiotics"

11/9/2008 - Tyson Foods, the world's largest meat processor and the second largest chicken producer in the United States, has admitted that it injects its chickens with antibiotics before they hatch, but labels them as raised without antibiotics anyway. In response, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) told...

Health Expert Jon Barron Talks About Herbs, Tinctures, Antibiotics and Probiotics

11/6/2008 - This interview is an excerpt from Kevin Gianni's The Healthiest Year of Your Life, which can be found at (http://thehealthiestyearofyourlife.com) . In this excerpt, Jon Barron shares on herbs, tinctures, antibiotics and probiotics. The Healthiest Year of Your Life with Jon Barron, creator of Base...

Antibiotics Useless for Sinus Infections, but Doctors Keep Prescribing them Anyway

8/22/2008 - Although many health researchers and professionals have recommended that doctors stop prescribing antibiotics for sinus infections, the practice is still widespread. A new study, conducted by Swiss researchers and published in the Lancet, found that a third of all doctor's visits for upper respiratory...

Manuka Honey Kills Resistant Superbug Bacteria that Antibiotics Can't

7/21/2008 - A honey-based dressing for wounds is effective even on injuries that are resistant to antibiotics, according to New Jersey manufacturer Derma Sciences Inc. The product, called Medihoney, is made from an absorbent material based on seaweed, and saturated with a variety of honey known as manuka, or...

Steroid Nasal Sprays, Antibiotics Found Useless For Sinus Infections

7/9/2008 - Antibiotics and steroid nasal sprays provide little or no benefit for patients with sinus infections, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the University of Southampton, England, and published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Between the years of 2001 and 2005,...

U.K. Doctors Warned to Stop Prescribing Antibiotics for Coughs, Colds

6/18/2008 - The United Kingdom's Health Secretary has called on doctors to stop prescribing antibiotics for minor health problems like coughs, colds and sore throats, as part of a government initiative to prevent the spread of antibiotic-resistant superbugs like methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). The...

Herbs, Tinctures, Antibiotics and Probiotics, by Health Expert Jon Barron

6/11/2008 - This interview is an excerpt from Kevin Gianni's The Healthiest Year of Your Life, which can be found at (http://thehealthiestyearofyourlife.com) . In this excerpt, Jon Barron shares on herbs, tinctures, antibiotics and probiotics. The Healthiest Year of Your Life with Jon Barron, creator of Base...

British Doctors Continue Useless Prescribing of Antibiotics

4/7/2008 - In spite of a government effort to reduce the unnecessary prescribing of antibiotics, general practitioners in the United Kingdom are still giving out the drugs in cases where they are neither necessary nor helpful, according to a study conducted by researchers at the UCL Center for Infectious Disease...

The End of Antibiotics

3/26/2008 - Eventually antibiotics are going to be seen as one of the worst things to ever come out of pharmaceutical science because in the end, they have made us only weaker in the face of ever increasingly strong super bugs that are resistant to all the antibiotics doctors have at their disposal. When we look...

The End of Antibiotics and the Rise of Iodine as an Effective Alternative

3/10/2008 - Eventually antibiotics are going to be seen as one of the worst things to ever come out of pharmaceutical science because in the end, they have made us only weaker in the face of ever increasingly strong super bugs that are resistant to all the antibiotics doctors have at their disposal. When we look...

Colloidal Silver Has Mainstream Medicine Singing the Blues

2/26/2008 - The recent widespread mainstream media coverage of the "blue man" Paul Karason and his rare skin condition known as Argyria is the latest in a series of largely misleading and sensationalized scare stories about the dangers of colloidal silver turning a person`s skin blue. Although this latest story...

Agricultural Antibiotics May Be the Cause of Super-Bugs

11/22/2007 - Have you been to the grocery store recently and chosen that chicken cut that is not treated with antibiotics? Or did you choose one that was treated with antibiotic, thinking all bacteria in it would be dead? According to recent research (1), farms may be more effective sources of transmission of...

Superbugs: Drug Resistant but Not Herb Resistant

11/21/2007 - Superbug is becoming a household term and unfortunately, a household occurrence. The most recent headliner is the methicillin and penicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus, or MRSA. Thought of mostly as a hospital acquired infection, its occurrence is showing up in schools, gyms, and daycare centers...

Antibiotics use dramatically raises risk of asthma in infants; pet dogs cut risk by 50 percent

11/14/2007 - Using antibiotics in the first year of life may significantly increase a child's risk of contracting asthma by age 7, according to a study conducted by researchers at University of Manitoba and McGill University in Montreal and published in "CHEST," the journal of the American College of Chest Physicians. The...

Tyson foods drops antibiotics from its chicken meat products

9/25/2007 - Tyson Foods, Inc. -- the world's largest processor and marketer of beef, chicken and pork, and the United States' single largest beef exporter -- has announced that its fresh chicken products will no longer come from animals treated with antibiotics. "Because of the size and scale of our operations,...

Health Update: McDonald's wrappers, antibiotics, freaky weather, creaky railroads and population control (satire)

8/10/2007 - A new study led by Dr. Thomas Robinson, the director of the Center for Healthy Weight at Packard Children's Hospital, reveals that children prefer the taste of foods wrapped with the McDonald's logo over the taste of the very same foods wrapped in plain paper. Apparently, the McDonald's logo is perceived...

Rapid flu test could help reduce overprescription of antibiotics

2/2/2007 - New flu tests that yield rapid results could help curb the overprescription of antibiotics, according to a study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine. Researchers found that among flu patients, those who tested positive for influenza using the rapid test — which yields results within minutes...

Antibiotics found useless for treating bronchitis

11/17/2006 - According to a new study from the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, antibiotics should no longer be standard practice for treating bronchitis. Two physician researchers at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine recently surveyed world literature on bronchitis,...

'Wait-and-see' approach for treating ear infections substantially reduces use of antibiotics (press release)

11/1/2006 - For children with acute ear infections seen in an emergency department, giving parents the option of delaying use of antibiotics resulted in significantly lower use of antibiotics compared to parents who received a standard prescription, with little difference in the outcomes for the children, according...

Compounds in cranberry juice show promise as alternatives to antibiotics (press release)

11/1/2006 - Compounds in cranberry juice have the ability to change E. coli bacteria, a class of microorganisms responsible for a host of human illnesses (everything from kidney infections to gastroenteritis to tooth decay), in ways that render them unable to initiate an infection. The results of this new research...

Don’t Use Antibiotics for Runny Noses, Say Researchers (press release)

9/22/2006 - Are antibiotics effective for acute purulent rhinitis? Systematic review and meta-analysis of placebo controlled randomised trials BMJ Online First Newswise — Antibiotics should not be given to patients with acute purulent rhinitis (a runny nose with coloured discharge), a familiar feature of the...

Chronic Middle Ear Infections Linked to Resistant Biofilm Bacteria; Groundbreaking Study Makes Definitive Statement Against Use of Antibiotics to Treat Children With Chronic Otitis Media (press release)

9/8/2006 - Direct evidence of bacterial biofilms has been found on the middle ear tissue of children who suffer from chronic ear infections, according to a study published today in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) by researchers from the Allegheny Singer Research Institute (ASRI) at Allegheny...

Common antibiotics cause tendon ruptures; Public Citizen demands black box warnings

8/30/2006 - In response to reported cases of tendon ruptures associated with fluoroquinolone antibiotics, consumer group Public Citizen petitioned the FDA this week to require a black box warning about the side effect rather than the current warning, which the group claims is buried in a list of possible side effects...

Over-use of antibiotics in fish-for-food industry encourages bacterial resistance and disease (press release)

8/23/2006 - The heavy use of antibiotics in the rearing of fish could be detrimental to the health of the fish, but also that of animals and humans, a recent report says. This practice encourages bacterial resistance and could lead to the evolution of resistant strains of bacteria in animals and humans as well...

Probiotic Microbes Could Be a Key to Good Health (press release)

8/9/2006 - Medical researchers are finding that one of the keys to good health could be living in our guts – specifically, in the world of microbes that live in our digestive tracks. Researchers are discovering that this “good” bacteria helps not only to stimulate digestive health, but may stimulate a healthy...

Antibiotics virtually useless when prescribed for a runny nose

7/21/2006 - Not only can prescribing antibiotics for a runny nose contribute to the formation of resistant superbugs, but a study released today by New Zealand researchers also shows that they are mostly ineffective in treating such conditions. Most medical guidelines do not recommend using antibiotics for respiratory...

FDA admits children's antibiotic could cause liver failure, but allows its sale anyway

6/30/2006 - -- Though the Sanofi-Aventis antibiotic Ketek has been shown to damage the liver and sometimes cause death after a few doses, the FDA says the drug's benefits outweigh its risks and has allowed the product to remain on the market. Ketek is often prescribed to children. It has been approved to treat...

Antibacterial silver products finally begin to emerge after years of FDA oppression

8/7/2005 - Right now I'm holding an off-the-shelf medical product that would not have existed five years ago. What is it? It's the Curad Silver natural antibacterial bandages. Yes, I have a box of 30 bandages that have the word "silver" prominently mentioned on the front cover. Now, it is actually good science...

Hospital Superbugs Prove Deadly; Over-Prescription of Antibiotics Contributes to the Problem

8/6/2004 - One hundred people have died from superbug infections in just one hospital in Quebec over the last 18 months, says a hospital infectious disease expert. Fifty-four people died in the hospital last year, and so far this year the death toll has already reached 46. It is yet another example of how dangerous...

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