Antibiotics

How to Address 3 Embarrassing Women's Health Problems

…drops in water and use as a douche daily for 5–10 days, or until symptoms disappear. For prevention, especially during and after a course of antibiotics, take probiotics. Now it’s your turn: Are there any other natural treatments for these conditions that have worked for you? You May Also Be Interested…

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Questioning the Effectiveness of Tamiflu

Even though this year’s flu season is rapidly drawing to a close, I want to share some recent developments regarding popular antiviral medications. That way you are prepared when the next round of flu begins. Year after year, Tamiflu continues to be a goldmine for the pharmaceutical company Roche.…

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Do You Really Need That Antibiotic? Probably Not

…prescribing trends conducted by Harvard researchers revealed that antibiotics are still being used in 60 percent of sore throat cases and 73 percent of acute bronchitis cases. One in five sinusitis patients also receive an antibiotic prescription—even though these drugs have been proven to work no…

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Organic vs. Conventional—Don’t Let the Headlines Fool You

…conventional foods. Furthermore, the headlines don’t reveal the following study data: * Researchers found a 33% greater potential for the presence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria in conventional vs. organic pork and chicken. * Thirty-eight percent of conventional produce tested contained pesticide residue…

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Little-Known Health Benefits of Probiotics

antibiotic. Antibiotics kill the beneficial bacteria along with the harmful. When these protective bacteria are wiped out, pathogenic bacteria and other organisms move in. This can cause diarrhea, as well as yeast overgrowth in the vagina and intestines. That’s why I recommend avoiding antibiotics

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Could Your Gut Bacteria Signal Diabetes?

antibiotics whenever possible. These drugs can be lifesaving, but too often they are prescribed and taken for infections they’re useless against. Antibiotic-related diarrhea and vaginal infections aren’t caused by drugs. They’re caused by opportunistic bacteria that gain a foothold when antibiotics

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Nurture Your Microorganisms for Optimal Health

antibiotics whenever possible. These drugs can be lifesaving. But too often they are prescribed and taken for infections they’re useless against. Antibiotic-related diarrhea and vaginal infections aren’t caused by drugs. They’re caused by opportunistic bacteria that gain a foothold when antibiotics

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Add Organic Beef to Your Healthy Diet Plan

…free of pesticides. And, unlike most of the cattle in the United States, organic beef cattle are never given growth hormones to fatten them up or antibiotics to prevent disease. The meat from organically raised cattle—especially those that are exclusively grass-fed—is much leaner than that of feedlot…

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Sugar Dressings for Diabetic Ulcers

J.J. was lying in a hospital bed awaiting a below-the-knee amputation, thanks to a diabetic ulcer that didn’t respond to intravenous antibiotics. Five hours before his surgery, someone told J.J. about the Whitaker Wellness Institute, so J.J. checked out of the hospital against medical advice and came…

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Beware the Dangers of Drugs and Nutrient Depletion

Over the decades that I’ve been publishing my Health & Healing newsletter I’ve written hundreds, if not thousands, of articles on a variety of health topics, including the danger of drugs. I want to share information from one of the most important articles I’ve written—“Are Your Drugs…

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Diabesity Challenge Tip: Veg Out!

…foods play an integral role in getting—and staying—healthy. Studies have uncovered many health benefits from the produce aisle including the antibiotic-like effects of garlic, the heart health-enhancing aspects of hot peppers, and the detoxifying elements of citrus fruits. But one group that really…

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