It’s more than enough to strike fear into the hearts of anyone going to the hospital for surgery.
The CDC estimates 23,000 people a year in the U.S. die from antibiotic-resistant infections, like MRSA, and other nightmare superbugs. “Hospitals make three and a half times more money if they infect people. That’s why they don’t want to screen.”
Superbugs (MRSA) are now responsible for more deaths than breast cancer. The antibiotic resistance is real and could have catastrophic results. It’s time we look to natural antibiotics and other avenues to become our own health advocates.
Thanks to antibiotics, we’ve cured and managed previously fatal diseases like HIV, pneumonia, and tuberculosis. But what happens when antibiotic resistant bacteria cases pop up that even the best antibiotics and well-equipped labs can’t cure?
It’s been 30 years since the last class of antibiotics were invented; in another 30 years more than 10 million lives may be at risk from antibiotic resistance. Learn what you can do to battle pathogenic bacteria without antibiotics.
Misuse, misinformation, and lack of coordination have put a pin in the golden age of antibiotics; now world governments want to do something, but is it too little too late, and were antibiotics ever the best solution in the first place?
A pertri-dish study shows a group of bacteria evolving to become antibiotic resistant superbugs. What we do with this information is vital.
If you follow this newly revised list, you’ll reduce your exposure to some of the nastiest neurotoxins (and often carcinogens) in our food.