Providing Columbia Mo with a quality dietary supplement

Providing Columbia Missouri with a quality dietary supplement. Nano sized silver ions make Beinki's own Colloidal Silver and Ionic Silver the best locally made mineral supplement. I have also become a Youngevity Distributor. I will answer your questions the best I can

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

CDC Official Who Handled Zika, Ebola Outbreaks Mysteriously Disappears Without A Trace

A Harvard-trained CDC official has been missing since February 12 after leaving work midway through the day due to an illness, prompting his friends and family to sound the alarm and issue a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and indictment in the event of malfeasance
 The family of Timothy J. Cunningham, 35, grew concerned after the Harvard-trained epidemiologist and US Navy officer wouldn't answer texts or calls. Driving over 600 miles from Maryland to Atlanta, Cunningham's parents gained access to his house where they found their son's phone, wallet and driver's license.  READ MORE

Sunday, February 25, 2018

How the Mainstream Media Are Deceiving You about the Flu Vaccine­

In a New York Times article on January 11, 2018, Aaron E. Carroll argued his case for “Why It’s Still Worth Getting a Flu Shot”. His purpose is to urge Americans to follow the recommendation of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to get an annual flu shot. However, in order to lead his readers to the desired conclusion, he deceives them by grossly mischaracterizing his own sources from the scientific literature.
For context, the CDC recommends that everyone aged 6 months and up—including pregnant women—get an annual flu shot. So when Carroll argues in his Times piece that everyone should get the vaccine, this is what he is talking about. READ MORE

Sunday, January 14, 2018

Flu season is shaping up as one of the worst in years, officials say

he entire continental United States is experiencing widespread flu right now, the first time in the 13 years of the current tracking system that that has happened, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Officials said that this flu season is shaping up to be one of the worst in recent years.
The rate of flu hospitalizationsREAD MORE

Sunday, November 26, 2017

How I am buying Bitcoin

Yea this has nothing to do with silver but it is to important to let lie

OK the first thing to do to purchase bitcoin is to use my coinbase affiliate link here
by using this link to COINBASE you and I will both receive $10 worth of free bitcoin when you purchase $100 of bitcoin. and you can invite folks with your own affiliate link(by clicking on your icon)You will of course have to follow the directions on installing your new coinbase account. I feel coinbase is the most secure exchange to buy bitcoin. If you link it to your bank it will take a week to process however linking it to a credit card will allow you to purchase immediately. For me I also have my own crypto wallet that I transfer from coinbase to so I am the only one the the private keys.
It is call exodus find it here
warmest regards,
Mike McMillen
ps here is a VIDEO on how to do it

Friday, October 20, 2017

Backyard chicken trend causes spike in infections, 1 fatal

ES MOINES, Iowa — Luke Gabriele was a healthy 14-year-old football player in Pennsylvania when he began to feel soreness in his chest that grew increasingly painful. When his breathing became difficult, doctors detected a mass that appeared to be a tumor.
For a week, Dan and DeAnna Gabriele thought their son was dying until tests identified the cause: not cancer, but chickens — the ones he cared for at home. They had apparently infected him with salmonella that produced a severe abscess.
The popular trend of raising backyard chickens in U.S. cities and suburbs is bringing with it a soaring number of illnesses from poultry-related diseases, some of them fatal.
Since January, more than 1,100 people have contracted salmonella poisoning from chickens and ducks in 48 states, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Almost 250 were hospitalized and one person died. The toll was four times higher than in 2015. READ MORE

Saturday, October 14, 2017

How to Care for Your Senior Loved One from Afar

The following was submitted by a subscriber-enjoy.
There are a variety of reasons that some people live far away from the people they love. Sometimes, jobs relocate workers to another state. Other times, people take an opportunity to move to that dream cottage by the beach. For some people, it simply becomes necessary to put some healthy distance between ourselves and our parent or loved one.

According to MarketWatch, “Property size, crime rates, school district and the existence of a nearby Whole Foods are among the many variables couples consider when shopping for a new home. Proximity of the in-laws? Not so much.”
1 in 5 Americans currently live more than a couple hours from their senior parents or other aging loved ones. Even those who want to move back are facing challenges breaking leases, selling houses, and finding affordable places to live closer to home.

If there’s a lot of physical distance (and perhaps even a few time zones) between you and a senior loved one, here are some considerations to ensure they’re managing well from afar:

Assisted vs. Independent Living

Consider whether your loved one can live independently or if they could live with a relative, in assisted living, a retirement home, or a nursing home. Have someone you trust supervise the moving day to ensure everything goes smoothly. Hire a professional moving crew to reduce stress while preventing accidents, injuries, and damages.

Health and Nutrition

Find a knowledgeable, compassionate team of healthcare providers. If your loved one has limited mobility or is otherwise unable to drive, see if a local relative or family friend available provide rides. Some cities offer senior transportation services. Additionally, doctors might make house calls, and some therapists can hold appointments over the phone.

Ask your loved one’s doctors if nutritional drinks or dietary supplements might be beneficial. (Confirm there’s no chance of potential interactions with your loved one’s medications.) Studies indicate nutritional supplements benefit seniors who are at risk for malnutrition and weight loss, or who have conditions like cancer, Alzheimer’s, dementia, or kidney disease.

Addiction Recovery

You might feel uncertain or anxious when living far from a senior who’s struggling with addiction. Addiction harms the addicted person and their families and friends. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to support their recovery.

First, consider getting a timed medicine dispenser. This helps your loved one remember to take his or her pills on time each day. The tamper-resistant devices also ensure they’re taking the proper dosage of each pill.

Second, work with a family therapist and/or attend local Al-Anon meetings. Although your situations might differ, you’d be surprised how much you may have in common with others who have addicted loved ones. When big emotions arise, having the proper support system in place can help you avoid slipping into toxic patterns or behaviors that enable your loved one’s addiction.

Nurturing Your Relationship

If the senior’s past behaviors or substance abuse created a rift between the two of you, you might wonder how you’ll mend the fences to repair your relationship. Try to put yourself in their shoes and have patience.

Although it takes time to heal a relationship, it’s important to try because hanging onto negative emotions will harm both of you. Successfully mending your relationship with your parent may create a positive ripple effect in your interpersonal relationships and other areas of your life.

Ask for Help

Remember, you don’t have to go through this journey alone. It’s okay to seek help. If you feel overwhelmed, talk to someone. Attend a support group for caregivers or speak with a licensed social worker. See if a close family member or other loved one can help. If necessary, have someone become Power of Attorney (POA) so they can make important decisions on behalf of your loved one.

Just like with anything else, there will undoubtedly be ups and downs ahead of you. When things get difficult, remind yourself that you are resilient and you can handle the challenges of caring for your aging parent from afar. There’s a certain sense of comfort in living a short drive from your aging loved ones but even if you live further away, you can still provide them with excellent care.

Saturday, September 23, 2017

Skin infections in athletes

There are many types of skin conditions that can affect athletes. Some can be passed on to others and are caused by infections, while others are not. Sports that are at higher risk of infections include football and wrestling. The infections can be caused by a virus (Herpes simplex virus), fungus (“ringworm”), or bacteria, such as in methicillin-resistant Staphyloccus aureus (“MRSA”) infections or in impetigo. Some infections can be passed from skin-to-skin contact, while others can be passed by touching a contaminated surface. Athletes are at a higher risk of skin infections due to frequent close contact, having open wounds, poor hygiene practices, and sharing towels or equipment. It is important to know which type of infection an athlete has because some infections can still be passed to others even after the skin is covered.  READ MORE

Friday, September 15, 2017

Hurricane Irma Released "250 Million Gallons Of Untreated Sewage" Into The Streets Of Florida

One could be forgiven for believing that, with all this talk of the coming “climate catastrophe,” Americans would be scrambling to flee Hurricane-prone states like Texas and Florida. The reality is just the opposite: Thanks to their low cost of living, and minimal taxes, Florida and Texas are among the states in the US where populations are rising via interstate migration. Contrast that with Connecticut, which is far less vulnerable to hurricanes, and where the population drain has accelerated dramatically in recent years.  READ MORE

Friday, April 28, 2017

Mumps outbreak at S.E. Missouri State

CAPE GIRARDEAU — Authorities say 54 cases of mumps have been confirmed among students at Southeast Missouri State University.
KFVS-TV reports that there also are another 23 probable cases among students at the Cape Girardeau school. School leaders believe the peak of the mumps outbreak has passed, but expect to see more positive cases on campus and in the community. Students are being urged to receive a booster dose of the vaccine that protects against mumps, as well as measles and rubella.
Mumps is a viral infection that causes swelling in the salivary glands and cheeks.
Missouri campuses have been hard hit this school year. More than 300 confirmed and probable cases were reported at the University of Missouri's flagship campus in Columbia.

Sunday, March 26, 2017

How I improved my circulation in only 8 minutes

This is very exiting. For many years I have been trying different methods of eliminate my "sticky blood" this is where the red blood cells are all stacked together like rolls of coins as shown in the picture(my actual blood sample taken with my darkfield microscope)When this happens oxygen and nutrition are not delivered effectively so you are always tired and run down, poor immune system etc.
But after only 8 minutes of BEMER THERAPY you can see the results! I am so excited with my new energy level I even became a BEMER Distributor and highly recommend you look into getting one yourself. call me if you have questions. 573-214-0195 Sincerely Mike McMillen aka beinki

Friday, March 17, 2017

CDC Offers 10 Ways to Avoid Getting an Infection When Receiving Medical Care

People receiving medical care sometimes develop infections so serious they may lead to sepsis or death. It can happen in any medical facility such as a hospital, outpatient clinic, dialysis center, or long-term care facility. These are called healthcare-associated infections – and are often associated with devices used in medical procedures, such as catheters or ventilators.
Healthcare-associated infections can be caused by bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics, making them difficult to treat. Although national progress is being made to prevent these infections, there's more to do, especially in fighting antibiotic-resistant bacteria. As a patient, you can help prevent the spread of infections and improve antibiotic use.
Here are 10 things you can do to protect yourself and your loved ones:  READ MORE

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Treating Infections in Artificial Joints

Patients with artificial joints can be at risk for infections, and they can be challenging to treat. Dr. Tom Miller speaks Dr. Jeremy Gililand, professor of orthopedic surgery, about how such unique infections can be caused, how they can be prevented and what measures doctors will commonly take to treat them. READ MORE

Saturday, February 18, 2017

More Mumps fro Milwaukee

MILWAUKEE — A Marquette University student has a confirmed case of mumps, bringing the total number of cases reported in the City of Milwaukee in 2017 to six, the Milwaukee Health Department announced Tuesday, February 14th.
Health Department officials are working closely with MU officials to initiate appropriate follow-up, according to a news release.
Mumps is a contagious respiratory illness caused by the mumps virus. It is spread by airborne droplets and contact with saliva or mucus from infected persons. Mumps can be transmitted through coughing and sneezing as well as sharing food, READ MORE

Sunday, February 5, 2017

Prevent bladder infection: Natural ways and lifestyle tips to boost bladder health

A bladder infection is an extremely uncomfortable condition that can affect the lower urinary tract, and more than 50 percent of all women will suffer from at least one bladder infection at some point in their life. The traditional treatment method for bladder infections is a course of antibiotics; however, taking antibiotics can cause a range of other unwanted health problems, including a higher risk of contracting other infections.
The following natural remedies can help to encourage bladder health, reduce the risk of bladder infection, and if your infection is caught early enough, may also help to treat your bladder infection without the need for antibiotics. READ MORE

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Free zoom webinar for Dr Joel Wallach fans every Saturday 10am central

I have set up a live free youngevity webinar every Saturday morning at 10 central time. This is a great way to ask questions if you are new to Youngevity or are thinking of becoming a distributor or just want to learn about the products and what to take for what illness. use the links below
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Saturday, January 21, 2017

Health Care Worker Dies From Forced Flu Shot

Her family hope that her death may act as a warning for others thinking about getting the flu shot. They hope the warning will save other people’s lives. reports:
Katie graduated from UW Milwaukee as a radiology technician IM 2012 and worked at READ MORE

Sunday, January 8, 2017

The Interaction between Nutrition and Infection

Infection and malnutrition have always been intricately linked. Malnutrition is the primary cause of immunodeficiency worldwide, and we are learning more and more about the pathogenesis of this interaction. Five infectious diseases account for more than one-half of all deaths in children aged <5 years, most of whom are undernourished. Micronutrient deficiencies have effects such as poor growth, impaired intellect, and increased mortality and susceptibility to infection. The worldwide magnitude of parasite infection is enormous. It is understood that parasites may lead to malnutrition READ MORE

Saturday, December 17, 2016

Nightmare' Superbug May Have Spread Outside Hospitals

Six people in Colorado recently became infected with a "nightmare" superbug that until now, has mostly been limited to people in hospitals, according to a new report. The new cases suggest the superbug may have spread outside of health care facilities.
The superbug is known as carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae, or CRE, a family of bacteria that are difficult to treat because they are resistant to powerful antibiotics. So far, nearly READ MORE
 CRE have been dubbed "nightmare" bacteria because they are resistant to nearly all antibiotics, and they can be highly lethal, killing up to 50 percent of infected patients, according to the CDC.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

MU mumps outbreak expands to 128 confirmed and probable cases

COLUMBIA — An outbreak of mumps at the University of Missouri has expanded to 128 confirmed and probable cases, according to the MU Student Health Center and local health departments.
In the beginning of November, the Health Center reported that a handful of students had been diagnosed with mumps. This number has been expanding quickly ever since.
Susan Even, executive director of the Health Center, explained that because the virus is transmitted through saliva, students spread the mumps by sharing drinking cups or eating from the same plate.
"We've never had an outbreak like this," Even said. "There has been sporadic isolated cases of mumps over the years, but nothing like this."
All infected students met the immunization policy requirement of two Measles/Mumps/Rubella (MMR) vaccines. A majority of cases have occurred in students with links to Greek organizations on campus, according to the Health Center. READ MORE

Sunday, November 13, 2016

Florida Zika Virus Cases Edge Past 1,150

TALLAHASSEE, FL — Summer might be over, but that doesn’t mean Florida’s mosquitoes have stopped biting. Case in point, the total number of Zika virus reports across the state rose to 1,1,58 on Friday.
The Nov. 11 announcement included seven new travel-related cases. Four of the cases involve Broward County residents, two were from Miami-Dade and one from Palm Beach County. Two new locally acquired cases were also confirmed by the Florida Department of Health. Both cases are connected to the ongoing Miami Beach investigation.
The breakdown of cases as of Nov. 11 statewide is as follows:  READ MORE