An antibiotic that fights off antibiotic-resistant superbugs has been found in the noses of healthy people. This raises important questions about pharmaceutical antibiotics.
Tagged: methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus
Recent research has confirmed that certain essential oils make a great alternative to antibiotic creams and other wound dressings, which can cause antibiotic-resistant microorganisms.
As MRSA infections are spreading among hospitals and other communal locations and conventional medicine’s antibiotic repertoire is fading, an ancient Chinese herb proves to halt MRSA growth.
As the battle against superbugs like MRSA and other hospital-acquired infections rages on, researchers have found oils derived from certain plants beat antiseptics chlorhexidine and ethanol in inhibiting antibiotic resistant bacteria.
Researchers from the University of California at San Diego have determined that healthy skin bacteria serve as defense mechanisms against infection, and can fight off even the sometimes deadly MRSA bacteria.
New research has confirmed that using Copper at hospitals significantly reduces hospital-acquired infections. What the study didn’t mention was that Copper has been used for wellness in Ayurveda for thousands of years.
It’s time we put aside the notion that asthma is a genetic disorder. Research from Australia has determined that many asthma patients are dealing with sustained bouts with bacteria infections – including many that are resistant to antibiotics.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that a deadly antibiotic-resistant strain of bacteria is growing among hospitals and other health care facilities, and comes with a high rate of fatality. Options are now limited. What is the solution?
Director General of the World Health Organization Dr. Margaret Chan has announced that due to bacteria becoming increasingly resistant, nearly all antibiotics, even those used for treating tuberculosis and malaria, are quickly becoming useless. Dr. Chan was a keynote speaker at a Copenhagen...