Posts Tagged "infections"

Scientists find that common dietary elements cure lethal infections, eliminating the need for antibiotics

Posted on Dec 5, 2018 in Chronic Disease

Hear what Dr. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have to say about this article on the August 13, 2018 Advanced Medicine Show (click link above to listen to the show) Antibiotic use is driving an epidemic of antibiotic resistance, as more susceptible bacteria are killed but more resilient strains live on and multiply with abandon. But if antibiotics aren’t the end-all solution for infectious disease, what is? Salk Institute researchers report that giving mice dietary iron supplements enabled them to survive a normally lethal bacterial infection and resulted in later generations of those...

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850 Million People Worldwide Have Kidney Disease

Posted on Oct 18, 2018 in Chronic Disease

Hear what Dr. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have to say about this article on the July 9, 2018 Advanced Medicine Show   Kidney disease is a “hidden epidemic” affecting more than 850 million people worldwide, renal experts say. That’s twice the number of diabetics (422 million) and more than 20 times the number of people with cancer (42 million) or HIV/AIDS (36.7 million). But most people don’t realize that kidney disease is a major health issue. “It is high time to put the global spread of kidney diseases into focus,” said David Harris and Adeera Levin...

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WHO: These 12 bacteria pose greatest risk to human health

Posted on May 9, 2017 in Vaccines

(CNN)Twelve types of bacteria were deemed “priorities” in urgent need of new antibiotics, according to a list released by the World Health Organization on Monday. The first list of its kind, it highlights bacteria that global health experts believe pose the greatest threats to human health. The WHO is calling on governments and pharmaceutical companies to prioritize the development of new drugs against them. Factors used to determine the bacteria posing the most risk included the levels of resistance seen already, the mortality rates of these bacteria today, their prevalence out...

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