Tag: Antibiotic resistance

12 of the Most Powerful Antibiotics you can get Without a Prescription

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We have entered a truly dangerous period in human history in which not only have we lost touch with traditional, natural treatments for infection, but improper and excessive use of antibiotics has led to drug-resistant superbugs. Back in 2012, Dr. Margaret Chan, then director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO), noted that we are moving toward […]

Continued antibiotic overuse could cause superbug epidemic that threatens humanity’s existence

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(NaturalNews) For seven decades now, we’ve been using antibiotics to successfully fight bacterial infections, but standard antibiotic treatments are now steadily dwindling in effectiveness against new strains of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, or “superbugs.” The BBC says: “Superbugs are now a major global health threat with multi-drug resistant bacteria causing around 400,000 infections and 25,000 deaths in […]

Rate of deadly, drug-resistant superbug infections at U.S. hospitals surges

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(NaturalNews) Pharmacies give away antibiotics out their drive-thru window like Tootsie Rolls being tossed out in a parade. Doctors prescribe this candy medicine like it’s some kind of all-around wonder drug. When we look at the actual science of antibiotics, they turn out to be less of a healing mechanism and more of a destroyer […]

Hospital superbug kills more people than measles; yet there's little outcry against doctors abusing antibiotics

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(NaturalNews) The national news media have been hyping a Disneyland measles outbreak all winter long in an attempt to gain public support for mandatory vaccinations. Still, after looking at the ingredients in vaccinations, informed parents agree: MMR vaccines are one of the worst pharmaceutical products you would want to force into someone’s blood. The US […]

Antibiotic-resistant bacteria causing epidemic of infant deaths in India may spread globally –


(NaturalNews) An antibiotic-resistant “superbug” epidemic which is killing thousands of newborns in India may prove to have a global impact. India’s infant mortality rate is staggering, accounting for nearly a third of the yearly world total. Of the 800,000 infant deaths per year in the country, around 58,000 are caused by antibiotic-resistant infections. A number […]

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