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Flu Shot or Not

Find out How to Dodge the Flu Without a Shot,

the No shot Flu Remedy and answer the age old question, Flu Shot or Not? Top 5 Natural Flu Remedies revealed.
Every year the flu season arrives like a blanket spread across the nation. The flu shot that was engineered for a virus 2 years ago is metered out with little or adverse results. This happens because viruses mutate every 17 days and the vaccine built 2 years ago now has many generations of virus that are resistant to the old batch of flu shots that are given this year. This article originally posted 1-15-17 here.

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Medical News Today

Natural antibiotic strips bacteria of their defenses
Medical News Today
Scientists at the University of Zurich (UZH) in Switzerland found that thanatin, a naturally occurring antibiotic produced by an insect called the spined soldier bug, can attack the external membranes of Gram-negative bacteria. John A. Robinson, from ...


Natural antibiotic found in dirt to combat antibiotic-resistant TB
Rates of rifamycin resistance are steadily rising, which presents a major problem to doctors attempting to treat TB. The study, published in the journal Nature Communications, suggests that an antibiotic found in dirt can destroy mutant mycobacteria ...

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Big Think

Antimicrobial resistance is a growing threat to good health and well-being
Big Think
The development of bacterial resistance to antibiotics is a natural process. Unlike almost every other class of drugs, antibiotics drive their own obsolescence by selecting antibiotic-resistant bacteria, even when used appropriately according to ...

The Rockefeller University Newswire

Searching in soil, scientists find a new way to combat tuberculosis
The Rockefeller University Newswire
But, according to a new study from a team of Rockefeller scientists, nature might have come up with a solution. The study, published in Nature Communications, suggests that an antibiotic found in dirt can destroy mutant mycobacteria. Nature's antibiotics.
Scientists turn to soil to combat antibiotic-resistant TBBecker's Hospital Review

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Insect antibiotic provides new way to eliminate bacteria
Science Daily
An antibiotic called thanatin attacks the way the outer membrane of Gram-negative bacteria is built. Researchers at the University of Zurich have now found out that this happens through a previously unknown mechanism. Thanatin, produced naturally by ...

A healthy alternative to antibiotics
Ways on how one can do that are: by not using antibiotics if you don't badly need it, by not taking antibiotic meds not prescribed by your doctor, by keeping your immune system strong, and finally by using natural antibiotics to fight your infection ...

Gibraltar Chronicle

Public health promotes antibiotic awareness
Gibraltar Chronicle
The Public Health Department hosted a stall outside the ICC yesterday to raise knowledge about antibiotic awareness. Last week was World Antibiotic Awareness and the campaign encourages best practice among the public, health workers and policy ...

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World Health Organization's “World Antibiotic Awareness Week” highlights the need for Avivagen's products
Associated Press (press release) (blog)
OTTAWA, Nov. 15, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Avivagen Inc. (TSXV:VIV) (“Avivagen” or “Corporation”), a world leader in natural alternatives to antibiotics with its OxC-beta™ technology, strongly endorses the World Health Organization's (WHO) initiative ...

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USDA Research Provides Perspective on Antimicrobial Resistance
Drovers Magazine
Many antibiotics used for fighting infections come from naturally occurring compounds found in the environment. ARS Research from Nebraska shows that antibiotic resistant bacteria are present in all soils regardless of whether it has been grazed by ...
Turkey Is Bad on Antibiotics—Pork and Beef, Even WorseEcoWatch
Antibiotic resistance growing global threat that needs to be countered: expertsVancouver Sun

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Futurity: Research News

Dig through dirt uncovers new way to fight TB
Futurity: Research News
Through their soil probes, the researchers discovered a group of natural antibiotics, known as kanglemycins, or kangs, that share most of their genes with rifamycin. Moreover, analyses by postdoctoral associate James Peek revealed that these ...

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