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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

Candida, Antibiotics, and the Intestinal Flora

Candida and antibiotics are a problem that will not go away soon. In 1944, the use of penicillin was initiated during World War II. At that time, there were 0 studies on candida albicans. As antibiotic use increased, so did the associated research into candida albicans. The number of studies has increased from 0 studies [...]

Candida, Antibiotics, and the Intestinal Flora2017-09-14T13:32:30-07:00

A Toxic World?

Some people think that detoxification is a “new age” idea. For me it isn’t, but I decided to at least look and see what shows up. First stop, PubMed, an Internet site put out by the U.S. National Library of Medicine and National Institutes of Health. Entering detoxification into their site search brings up 15,823 [...]

A Toxic World?2017-09-23T13:26:14-07:00
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