Mayo Clinic

Vaginal Yeast Infections, Sinuses, and Systemic Candida

In 1999, researchers at the Mayo Clinic determined that 96% of sinus infections were due to fungus, thus antibiotics were not only useless, but they could contribute to the development of ongoing fungal infections. Another study in 1998 demonstrated that 71% of women with vaginal candida (candidiasis) had allergic rhinitis/sinus problems. Then a subsequent study [...]

Vaginal Yeast Infections, Sinuses, and Systemic Candida2022-08-13T15:07:33-07:00

Sinus Health Linked to Microbial Diversity

The health of the sinuses, like the health of the intestinal tract and other tissues is based on the microbial diversity of that tissue. That means, the more bacteria, the better. Anything which destroys this diversity, destroys health, as is the case with antibiotics. Other research shows that antibiotics are worthless when it comes to [...]

Sinus Health Linked to Microbial Diversity2017-10-17T14:33:17-07:00
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