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Candida and Health

Candida and Health. Those aren't two words that one would normally find together. Candida and disease is a more likely association with candida known to be linked to over 125 different conditions and diseases. Candida and health, or candida and disease? This dichotomy is reflected in the organism itself as it has a beneficial yeast form and [...]

Candida and Health2022-08-13T14:00:33-07:00

Fungal Arthritis

Candida and inflammation in the athlete Fungal arthritis Marta L Cuellar, Luis H Silveira, Luis R Espinoza Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases 1992 Why This Article Matters "There is never a lack of research or information available about the pervasiveness of fungal infections in our society today. There is however, a lack of [...]

Fungal Arthritis2022-08-13T14:02:36-07:00

The Medical Plague

Antibiotics and candida The Medical Plague of antibiotic resistance is predicted to kill more than 300 million people by 2050. That's more people within the next 35 years than the 75 million killed by the Black Plague. Is the Medical Plague set to become the Black Death of the 21st Century? Beginning in [...]

The Medical Plague2022-08-13T14:04:15-07:00

Posthospital Syndrome

Posthospital syndrome is a term used to describe the vulnerability of a patient to a wide range of conditions after having spent any time in a hospital. What this means, is that instead of everyone coming out healthier, many come out in similar or worse shape than before. As William Osler, MD once said, “The [...]

Posthospital Syndrome2022-08-13T14:05:07-07:00

Antibiotics & Candida

Antibiotics & candida. The two go hand-in-hand. Nothing else is guaranteed to create a systemic candida fungal infection in the body as fast, or as effectively as antibiotics. Nothing else but antibiotics cause systemic fungal candida infections on a routine basis for hundreds of millions of people worldwide. In spite of government concerns and warnings [...]

Antibiotics & Candida2022-08-13T14:06:03-07:00

Are Your Bacteria Smarter Than Your Doctor?

Are your bacteria smarter than your doctor? Absolutely! Some bacteria are naturally resistant to antibiotics. This comes from past exposures and the subsequent development of resistance. These bacteria are called persisters. They are unaffected by all antibiotics, and theoretically lie dormant in the body. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20528688 Other bacteria produce their own anti-antibiotics - "The bacteria produce [...]

Are Your Bacteria Smarter Than Your Doctor?2022-08-13T14:29:39-07:00
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