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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 beinkisown@hotmail.com

Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Severe Flu Cases on the Rise in U.S.

This year’s influenza season started earlier than expected and is sending more patients to the hospital, raising concerns this could be a more severe outbreak than in recent years.
Thirty-six states are now experiencing high levels of flu activity, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, as this year’s flu vaccine may not fully protect against a strain known as influenza A H3N2 that is currently circulating and tends to be more severe.
Fifteen children age 18 and under have died from the flu as of Dec. 20, READ MORE

Sunday, December 28, 2014

As Medicaid Rolls Swell, Cuts in Payments to Doctors Threaten Access to Care

WASHINGTON — Just as millions of people are gaining insurance through Medicaid, the program is poised to make deep cuts in payments to many doctors, prompting some physicians and consumer advocates to warn that the reductions could make it more difficult for Medicaid patients to obtain care.
The Affordable Care Act provided a big increase in Medicaid payments for primary care in 2013 and 2014. But the increase expires on Thursday — just weeks after the Obama administration told the Supreme Court that doctors and other providers had no legal right to challenge the adequacy of payments they received from Medicaid. READ MORE

Thursday, December 25, 2014

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to All


CDC reports potential Ebola exposure in Atlanta lab

Researchers studying Ebola in a highly secure laboratory mistakenly allowed potentially lethal samples of the virus to be handled in a much less secure laboratory at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, agency officials said Wednesday.
One technician in the second laboratory may have been exposed to the virus and about a dozen other people have been assessed after entering the facility unaware that potentially hazardous samples of Ebola had been handled there. READ MORE

Friday, December 19, 2014

Researchers Discover Protein Protecting Bacteria Against Chlorine

Chlorine is a common disinfectant that is used to kill bacteria, for example in swimming pools and drinking water supplies. Our immune system also produces chlorine, which causes proteins in bacteria to lose their natural folding. These unfolded proteins then begin to clump and lose their function. Ruhr University Bochum (RUB) researchers headed by professor Lars Leichert have discovered a protein in the intestinal bacterium E. coli that protects bacteria from chlorine. In the presence of chlorine, it tightly bonds with other proteins, thus preventing them from coagulating. Once the danger has passed, it releases them again and the proteins can continue to work as usual. The researchers report their findings in the current issue of Nature Communications. READ MORE

Thursday, December 11, 2014

HARVARD STUDY “Some bacteria develop the ability to neutralize the antibiotic before it can do harm..."

Penicillin, the wonder drug discovered in 1928, works in ways that are still mysterious almost a century later. One of the oldest and most widely used antibiotics, it attacks enzymes that build the bacterial cell wall, a mesh that surrounds the bacterial membrane and gives the cells their integrity and shape. Once that wall is breached, bacteria die — allowing us to recover from infection.
That would be the end of the story, if resistance to penicillin and other antibiotics hadn’t emerged over recent decades as a serious threat to human health. While scientists continue to search for new antibiotics, they still don’t understand very much about how the old ones work.  READ MORE

Friday, December 5, 2014

GMOs Causing Deadly Bacteria to Flourish in Digestive System

We know that numerous medications interfere with your gut health, but what’s depleting your body’s ‘good’ bacteria may go even further. Researchers have found that a deadly strain of bacteria created by the biotech industry is likely growing in your digestive system. As many experts have suspected, GM foods tainted with the omnipresent agrochemical, Roundup, are causing widespread changes in the microbiome of those who consume them.
The changes to our gut flora has long been linked to genetically modified food consumption, but this study points to an exact culprit which results in a wide array of lethal disease. READ MORE

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Gov’t Admits Rotavirus Vaccine Can Cause Intussusception

Because the Obama administration quietly announced their plans for 3,400-plus new regulations last week just after Ferguson erupted and just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday, a lot of what’s actually going on in that rather long list was already lost and forgotten pretty much the moment it was released.
One regulation worth mentioning has to do with rotavirus vaccines and a condition called intussusception.

Intussusception is a serious condition where part of the intestine slides into an adjacent part of the intestines, and it is the most common abdominal emergency to hit kids under the age of two. Usually the intestines become blocked. READ MORE

Using colloidal silver and probiotics to control candida

In this video I discuss using colloidal and ionic silver to control candida yeast over growth and my personal favorite probiotic to rebuild the immune system which you can get HERE
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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

47 already dead in Madagascar plague outbreak

Over 40 people have already died in a plague outbreak on Madagascar and the UN World Health Organization (WHO) has warned of a “rapid” spread of the bacterial disease carried by rats in the
capital Antananarivo.
The death toll of the bubonic plague outbreak in Madagascar has risen to 47, Secretary-General of the Health Ministry of the island state Philemon Tafangy said on Tuesday, while the number of suspected plague cases reached 138. READ MORE

New Study: Hepatitis B Vaccination in France Sparked a Wave of New Cases of Multiple Sclerosis

There has been considerable suspicion about a link between hepatitis B vaccination and the development of multiple sclerosis. This new study examined detailed national data in France around the mass vaccination of French adults in the mid 1990s. Following World Health Organization recommendations in 1992 to mass vaccinate against hepatitis B to hopefully eradicate the virus, 20 million French people were vaccinated between 1994 and 1997. In 1998, READ MORE

Saturday, November 22, 2014

silver cures infection in Cat's eye

Dear Sir,
For whatever it's worth, I wanted to give you a short story of my own:   our family cat had one eye swollen shut.   It was caused from allergy that turned into infection.
 
Initially our local vet sold us an expensive salve to apply to the eye (it's chronic for our kitty).   It was expensive but worked great.   Come to find out that salve was discontinued, as Big Pharma wanted use to pay even more money for a drug even more exotic - and it wasn't even a salve anymore.
 
At that point I tried simply applying a couple drops of silver solution into the affected eye.   The very next day that infection was gone and the eye was perfectly normal.
 
In our particular case, I spent a lot of time doing research to find out not just what equipment you use but how to use it to, per making this product.  My fear - and hopefully it's wrong - is that someday we'll all wake up and common sense supplements like this will be illegal.   In that case I'll quietly continue to just make my own for our personal use.
 
In any case, keep up the good work over there.   I read news updates on your blog/website often.
 
Joe From Michigan  Thanks for sharing Joe

Friday, November 21, 2014

Ionic Silver cures my Tooth Abscess in no time

Shortly after dinner two nights ago, I noticed a minor pain by my back upper molar. I didn't think much of it at the time thinking some food must have gotten stuck, so after brushing my teeth, I went to bed. When I woke at 2a.m. the pain was so bad i could feel the throbbing in my head. I realized then I had an abscess. So I used a toothpick and picked and poked the inflamed area and spit out all the blood and aggressively brushed the area again and this time I gargled several times over 30 minutes with my ionic silver to kill the bacteria. Almost immediately I felt some minor relief so i went back to bed and when I woke for work, the pain was 80%gone, only a slight irritation. So I spray more ionic silver through out the day yesterday for good measure and when I woke today no pain at all, no inflammation, nothing! So there you are another first hand testimonial from me. stay safe, stay well, beinki

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

NYC Woman on Ebola Watchlist Dies Bleeding From Mouth, Authorities Say “Heart Attack”

A woman who returned from Guinea 18 days ago and was on an Ebola monitoring list dropped dead in a Brooklyn hair salon yesterday after eyewitnesses said she began bleeding from the mouth and nose, but authorities later asserted the cause of death was an “apparent heart attack.” READ MORE

Sunday, November 16, 2014

urgeon critically ill with Ebola arrives in Nebraska for treatment

OMAHA, Nebraska — A surgeon who contracted Ebola while working in Sierra Leone arrived in Nebraska on Saturday for treatment at a biocontainment unit where two other people with the disease have been successfully treated.
Dr. Martin Salia, who was diagnosed with Ebola on Monday, landed at Eppley Airfield in Omaha on Saturday afternoon and was being transported to the Nebraska Medical Center. READ MORE

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Nasal spray flu vaccine might not protect young kids against swine flu again this year

NEW YORK — The nasal spray version of the flu vaccine did not protect young children against swine flu last winter and might not work again this year, health officials said Thursday.
Preliminary results from three studies found that AstraZeneca's FluMist had little or no effect in children against swine flu. That was the most common bug making people sick last winter.
Because this year's version of FluMist is the same, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said it's possible the spray vaccine won't work for swine flu this season, either. READ MORE

Saturday, November 1, 2014

silver nanoparticles are not as solid as initially thought

turns out that silver nanoparticles are not as solid as initially thought, making their use in electronic components and circuits a bit challenging as gadgets become increasingly smaller. Fortunately, there is a solution.
Because of its superb electrical conductivity and high melting temperature, silver is used in many aspects of electronic design. Recently, however, scientists have discovered that as the particles become microscopically smaller – in the 10 nanometer range – their outside layer mimics water droplets, wobbling and changing shape, while the inside stays stable. This can be problematic for their use in electrical contacts at the molecular level (10 nanometers is one-thousandth of the width of a human hair) as the silver could leak and cause short circuits. This could be especially challenging in devices that move around a lot or rely on movement like tiny motors or sensors in mobile applications.
A research team at MIT first noticed this phenomenon while studying silver nanoparticles but they believe it will apply to other metal nanoparticles as well. READ MORE

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Govt. Researchers: Flu Shots Not Effective in Elderly

An important and definitive “mainstream” government study done nearly a decade ago got little attention because the science came down on the wrong side. It found that after decades and billions of dollars spent promoting flu shots for the elderly, the mass vaccination program did not result in saving lives. In fact, the death rate among the elderly increased substantially.
The authors of the study admitted a bias going into the study. Here was the history as described to me: Public health experts long assumed flu shots were effective in the elderly. But, paradoxically, all the studies done failed to demonstrate a benefit. Instead of considering that they, the experts, could be wrong–instead of believing the scientific data–the public health experts assumed the studies were wrong. After all, flu shots have to work, right?
 So the NIH launched an effort to do “the” definitive study that would actually prove, for the first time, once and for all, that flu shots were beneficial to the elderly. The government would gather some of the brightest scientific minds for the research, and adjust for all kinds of factors that could be masking that presumed benefit.
But when they finished, no matter how they crunched the numbers, the data kept telling the same story: flu shots were of no benefit to the elderly. Quite the opposite. The death rate had increased markedly since widespread flu vaccination among older Americans. The scientists finally had to acknowledge that decades of public health thought had been mistaken. READ MORE

Friday, October 24, 2014

Doctor in New York City, Is Sick With Ebola

A doctor in New York City who recently returned from treating Ebola patients in Guinea became the first person in the city to test positive for the virus Thursday, setting off a search for anyone who might have come into contact with him.
The doctor, Craig Spencer, was rushed to Bellevue Hospital Center and placed in isolation at the same time as investigators sought to retrace every step he had taken over the past several days.
At least three people he had contact with in recent days have been placed in isolation. The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which dispatched a team to New York, is conducting its own test to confirm the positive test on Thursday, which was performed by a city lab. READ MORE

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Colloidal Silver stops ringworm in cat

Our office cat got ringworm awhile back and no one wanted to take him to the vet so i got out my colloidal silver and gave him several eyedroppers full a day for a week and sprayed my ionic silver on the sores 2-3 times and day and BINGO no more ringworm and no vet bill :) Beinki

Sunday, October 19, 2014

CDC Autism Whistleblower Admits Vaccine Study Fraud

William W. Thompson, PhD, Senior Scientist with the CDC has stepped forward and admitted the 2004 paper entitled "Age at first measles-mumps-rubella vaccination in children with autism and school-matched control subjects: a population-based study in metropolitan Atlanta," which has been used repeatedly by the CDC to deny the MMR-autism connection, was a fraud.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14754936

Dr. Thompson has admitted the 340% increase in boys receiving the MMR vaccine "on time," as opposed to delayed, was buried by himself, Dr. DeStefano, Dr. Bhasin, Dr. Yeargin-Allsopp, and Dr. Boyle. READ MORE

Monday, October 13, 2014

About 70 hospital staffers cared for Ebola patient


DALLAS (AP) -- They drew his blood, put tubes down his throat and wiped up his diarrhea. They analyzed his urine and wiped saliva from his lips, even after he had lost consciousness.
About 70 staff members at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital were involved in the care of Thomas Eric Duncan after he was hospitalized, including a nurse now being treated for the same Ebola virus that killed the Liberian man who was visiting Dallas, according to medical records his family provided to The Associated Press. READ MORE

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Connecticut, in a Police State due to Ebola

HARTFORD, CT — Governor Dannel Malloy has declared Connecticut to be in a state of public health emergency, enabling the indefinite suspension of certain civil rights. State bureaucrats have been granted the broad authority to forcibly detain suspected sick people without due process. The declaration came preemptively, as Connecticut has not yet seen a single case of the virus it purports to stop. Rationalizing his actions, the governor said in a statement: “We need to have the authorities in place that will allow us to move quickly to protect public health, if and when that becomes necessary. Signing this order will allow us to do that.” READ MORE

Friday, October 3, 2014

Possible Ebola at Howard University Hospital in Washington, D.C.

A patient is being evaluated for Ebola at Howard University Hospital in Washington, D.C., a hospital spokesperson confirmed Friday.
That person has been admitted to the hospital in stable condition and is isolated. The medical team is working with the CDC and other authorities to monitor the patient's condition.
"In an abundance of caution, we have activated the appropriate infection control protocols, including isolating the patient," said hospital spokesperson Kerry-Ann Hamilton in a statement. "Our medical team continues to evaluate and monitor progress in close collaboration with the CDC and the Department of Health."
Hamilton did not share further details about the patient, citing privacy reasons, but said the hospital will provide updates as warranted.  READ MORE

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

CDC: Ebola confirmed in Dallas patient

DALLAS — A patient in a Dallas hospital has been confirmed to have the deadly Ebola virus, News 8 has learned.
That person has been held in "strict isolation" at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas as he or she was evaluated for possible exposure to the virus.
This is the first case of Ebola confirmed in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control will hold a news conference at 4:30 p.m. in Atlanta regarding the diagnosis.
The CDC will decide whether it is necessary to move the patient to another facility. There are five medical facilities in the U.S. that have high level isolation facilities. The CDC will also investigate how many people the patient has had contact with.  READ MORE

Friday, September 26, 2014

Virus probed in paralysis cases in 9 Colorado kids

NEW YORK (AP) -- Health officials are investigating nine cases of muscle weakness or paralysis in Colorado children and whether the culprit might be a virus causing severe respiratory illness across the country.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday sent doctors an alert about the polio-like cases and said the germ - enterovirus 68 - was detected in four out of eight of the sick children who had a certain medical test. The status of the ninth case is unclear.
The virus can cause paralysis READ MORE

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Mystery illness plagues girls in Colombia

El Carmen de Bolivar (Colombia) (AFP) - A mystery illness is plaguing girls in this town in northern Colombia, and locals say a vaccine against the sexually transmitted human papillomavirus, or HPV, is to blame.
First their hands and feet feel cold. Then they go pale and cannot move. Some convulse and fall to the floor.
In El Carmen de Bolivar, near the port of Cartagena, dozens of teenagers have experienced similar symptoms. Some have even lost consciousness.
"They vaccinated me in May and I started fainting in August. My legs became heavy and I couldn't feel my hands anymore. When I woke up, I was in the hospital," recalled 15-year-old Eva Mercado.
She passed out seven times in a month.  READ MORE

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Big Pharma Criminality no Longer a Conspiracy Theory: Bribery, Fraud, Price Fixing now a matter of public record


Those of us who have long been describing the pharmaceutical industry as a “criminal racket” over the last few years have been wholly vindicated by recent news. Drug and vaccine manufacturer Merck was caught red-handed by two of its own scientists faking vaccine efficacy data by spiking blood samples with animal antibodies. GlaxoSmithKline has just been fined a whopping $3 billion for bribing doctors, lying to the FDA, hiding clinical trial data and fraudulent marketing. Pfizer, meanwhile has been sued by the nation’s pharmacy retailers for what is alleged as an “overarching anticompetitive scheme” to keep generic cholesterol drugs off the market and thereby boost its own profits.
The picture that’s emerging is one of a criminal drug industry that has turned to mafia tactics in the absence of any real science that would prove their products to be safe or effective. The emergence of this extraordinary evidence of bribery, scientific fraud, lying to regulators and monopolistic practices that harm consumers is also making all those doctors and “skeptics” who defended Big Pharma and vaccines eat their words. READ MORE

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Silver used in athletic clothing for biometric data

Silver is playing an important, if not critical role in the growing world of wearable technology.
At the new intersection where fashion and biometrics meet, silver provides the conduit in innovative athletic clothing that transmits sought-after biometric data, such as the wearer’s real time heartbeat, to a sensor that displays the data.
The fashionable Polo Tech Shirt, introduced by Ralph Lauren at the just-completed 2014 U.S. Open Tennis Championship in New York City, and worn in its public debut by the ball boys and girls, has bio-sensing silver fibers woven directly into the core fabric of the nylon shirt. The high conductivity of silver, intertwined with the fiber of the form-fitting shirt, is a key to the technology that tracks and transmits the wearer’s heart rate, stress level, distance and breathing data in real time and streams the biometric data directly to a smart phone or other device. The Polo Tech Shirt is a forerunner of a line of athletic shirts and tech-enhanced dress shirts that the company said will be available from Ralph Lauren next year. READ MORE

Monday, September 8, 2014

Virus hitting Midwest could be 'tip of iceberg,' CDC official says

(CNN) -- A respiratory virus is sending hundreds of children to hospitals in Missouri and possibly throughout the Midwest and beyond, officials say.
The unusually high number of hospitalizations reported now could be "just the tip of the iceberg in terms of severe cases," said Mark Pallansch, a virologist and director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Division of Viral Diseases.
"We're in the middle of looking into this," he told CNN on Sunday. "We don't have all the answers yet."
Ten states have contacted the CDC for assistance in investigating clusters of enterovirus -- Colorado, North Carolina, Georgia, Ohio, Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Kentucky.
Enteroviruses, which bring on symptoms like a very intense cold, aren't unusual. They're actually common. When you have a bad summer cold, often what you have is an enterovirus, he said. The season often hits its peak in September. READ MORE

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Heating Silver Nanoparticles to Kill Cancer Cells

Killing cancer cells with heat is not a new idea, but researchers at Dartmouth- Hitchcock Norris Cotton Cancer Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire, are using silver nanoparticles to help minimize damage to adjacent healthy cells during the heating process.
In their experiments, the researchers introduce inactive, metallic nanoparticles containing silver, gold or iron to cancer cells which absorb the microscopic particles. The nanoparticles are then shot with magnetic energy, infrared light, or radio waves. The interaction creates heat that kills cancer cells. In addition, when precisely applied, the heat can also prompt the body’s immune system to kill cancer cells that have not been heated. The goal is to kill cancer cells but leave unharmed healthy nearby tissue and cells. The small size of the nanoparticles helps to focus the heat therapy.
“The use of heat to treat cancer was first recorded by ancient Egyptians, but has reemerged with high-tech modern systems as a contributor to the new paradigm of fighting cancer with the patient’s own immune system,” said Steve Fiering, PhD, Norris Cotton Cancer Center researcher and professor of Microbiology and Immunology, and of Genetics at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth.
The Dartmouth-Hitchcock team is also using nanoparticles to deliver anti-cancer drugs with pinpoint accuracy. “Our lab’s approach differs from most in that we use nanoparticles to stimulate the immune system to attack tumors and there are a variety of potential ways that can be done,” said Fiering. “Perhaps the most exciting potential of nanoparticles is that although very small, they can combine multiple therapeutic agents. Now that efforts to stimulate anti-tumor immune responses are moving from the lab to the clinic, the potential for nanoparticles to be utilized to improve an immune- based therapy approach is attracting a lot of attention from both scientists and clinicians. Clinical usage does not appear too distant.” Link

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Ebola cases explode in W. Africa!

August 2014 KINSHASA, DR – Health authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have confirmed seven new Ebola cases in the northwestern Equateur Province, bringing up to 13 the number of people who had contracted the deadly virus in the province, a U.N.-run radio station said Friday. “There are now 13 cases affected by the virus…in addition to 16 other suspected cases,” Health Minister Felix Kabange was quoted as saying by the Kinshasa-based Okapi radio. He asserted that the outbreak is still confined to Boende area in northern Equateur province, noting that Ebola cases reported recently in Kinshasa and Katanga proved negative. On Monday, Joseph Mboyo Limpoko, government medical inspector in Equateur, told Anadolu Agency that a total of four people countrywide had been confirmed dead from Ebola.
Ebola – a contagious disease for which there is no known treatment or cure – has claimed 1,552 lives in West Africa since the outbreak began in January. READ MORE

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Friday, August 29, 2014

Food Allergies Could Be Caused By Antibiotics

Mice that were raised in a sterile environment or given antibiotics early in life lacked a common gut bacteria that appears to prevent food allergies, US researchers said Monday.
The bacterium, called Clostridia, appears to minimize the likelihood that rodents will become allergic to peanuts, and researchers would like to find out if it does the same in people.
In the meantime, they found that supplementing rodents with probiotics containing Clostridia later in life could reverse the allergy, according to the report in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  READ MORE

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Evidence linking MMR vaccines to autism intentionally withheld from investigators

By Mike Adams | Natural NewsNews has been rapidly exploding across the “truth media” regarding the CDC whistleblower who is now making shocking revelations: The CDC’s own research found that MMR vaccines caused autism in African-American children, and the agency knowingly buried this evidence to hide it from the public.
The scientific conspiracy went all the way to the top of the CDC, where Dr. Julie Gerberding – now an executive with vaccine maker Merck — took an active role in the cover-up and even arranged to have the whistleblower punished for trying to tell the truth.  READ MORE

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Use Root Beer Belly for your Probiotics

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Monday, August 18, 2014

Infection fears rise as Ebola victims flee

SEVENTEEN Ebola patients in Liberia who fled a quarantine centre after it was attacked by club-wielding youths were missing yesterday, striking a fresh blow to efforts to contain the deadly virus.
The attack on the Monrovia centre on Sunday (AEST) highlighted the challenge faced by authorities battling the epidemic that has killed 1145 people since it erupted in west Africa early this year, spreading panic among local populations.
Doctors and nurses are not only fighting the disease but a deep mistrust in communities often in the thrall of wild rumours that the virus was invented by the West or is a hoax.
“They broke down the door and looted the place. The patients have all gone,” said Rebecca Wesseh, who witnessed the raid in the Liberian capital’s densely populated West Point slum.
The attackers, mostly young men armed with clubs, shouted insults about President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and yelled “there’s no Ebola”, she said, adding nurses had also fled the centre. READ MORE

Friday, August 8, 2014

CDC "Ebola Guidance for Airlines"

Stopping ill travelers from boarding aircraft

People who have been exposed to Ebola virus disease should not travel on commercial airplanes until there is a period of monitoring for symptoms of illness lasting 21 days after exposure. Sick travelers should delay travel until cleared to travel by a doctor or public health authority.
Airlines should consider using their own authority (for US airlines, Federal Register[PDF - 74 pages], Department of Transportation 14 CFR Part 382) to deny boarding of sick travelers if Ebola is suspected. READ MORE

Monday, August 4, 2014

Alfred Webre "Nano Silver neutralizes the Ebola Virus

In this VIDEO Alfred Webre talks about the Ebola scare. At 42:22 he talks of nano silver and its effects on the ebola virus.

Saturday, August 2, 2014

‘Nightmare bacteria’ spreading rapidly in Southeastern US

Deadly, nearly untreatable superbugs known as CRE, dubbed “nightmare bacteria,” have spread at an alarming rate throughout the southeastern region of the US in recent years, new research indicates.
Researchers at Duke University Medical Center have found cases of antibiotic-resistant CRE - or carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae - increased by at least a factor of five in community hospitals across the region from 2008 to 2012.
"We're trying to sound the alarm. This is a problem for all of us in health care," said Deverick J. Anderson, lead author of the study and an associate professor of medicine at Duke, according to USA Today. "These (bacteria) are just about as bad as it gets." READ MORE

Thursday, July 31, 2014

Flesh-Eating Disease Warning in Florida

Florida health officials are warning beachgoers about a seawater bacterium that can invade cuts and scrapes to cause flesh-eating disease.
Vibrio vulnificus –- a cousin of the bacterium that causes Cholera –- thrives in warm saltwater, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. If ingested, it can cause stomach pain, vomiting and diarrhea. But it can also infect open wounds and lead to “skin breakdown and ulceration,” according to the CDC.
“Since it is naturally found in warm marine waters, people with open wounds can be exposed to Vibrio vulnificus through direct contact with seawater,” the Florida Department of Health said in a statement.READ MORE

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Head Doctor gets Ebola virus


(Reuters) - The head doctor fighting the deadly tropical virus Ebola in Sierra Leone has himself caught the disease, the government said.
The 39-year-old Sheik Umar Khan, hailed as a "national hero" by the health ministry, was leading the fight to control an outbreak that has killed 206 people in the West African country. Ebola kills up to 90 percent of those infected and there is no cure or vaccine.
Across Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, more than 600 people have died from the illness, according to the World Health Organisation, placing great strain on the health systems of some of Africa's poorest countries.
Khan, a Sierra Leonean virologist credited with treating more than 100 Ebola victims, has been transferred to a treatment ward run by medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres, according to the statement released late on Tuesday by the president's office.
Health Minister Miatta Kargbo called Khan a national hero and said she would "do anything and everything in my power to ensure he survives".
Khan told Reuters in late June that he was worried about contracting Ebola. "I am afraid for my life, I must say, because I cherish my life," he said in an interview, showing no signs of ill health at the time.
READ MORE

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Bacteria discovered that exist on pure energy

Microbiologists based in California have discovered bacteria that survive by eating pure electrons rather than food, bringing an entirely new method of existence to awareness and raising questions about possibilities for alien life.
The ‘electric bacteria’ – as they have been dubbed by the team that discovered them – take energy from rocks and metal by feasting directly on their electrons. The hair-like filaments the bacteria produce carry electrons between the cells and their environment.

The biologists from the University of Southern California (USC) found that the new discovery joins more than ten other different specific type of bacteria that also feed on electricity – although none in quite the same way.READ MORE

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Shigella in Kalamazoo

KALAMAZOO, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - A nasty intestinal disease is spreading like wildfire in Kalamazoo County.It's called Shigella. It causes severe bloody diarrhea, stomach cramps and fever. So far there are 46 confirmed or probable cases in Kalamazoo County, and health officials expect the numbers to climb. Health officials tell us Shigella is hitting the elderly and children the hardest.
In a typical summer season, doctors see less than eight cases. But this year, more than five times the cases have popped up in West Michigan. So far, the health department has not been able to figure out where it’s coming from. It's spread through contact with a sick person's fecal matter, which is ingested through the mouth. The bacteria can last about four days outside of the human body, on items such as toilet handles, toys or door knobs. READ MORE

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Plague in Colorado

DENVER — A Colorado resident is being treated for the pneumonic plague, the first confirmed case in the state since 2004.
The state health department said Wednesday that tests confirmed the plague in the unidentified patient as well as the family dog, who recently died unexpectedly. The plague is spread by fleas from rodents, especially prairie dogs, and officials say they may have contracted it in eastern Adams County.
The department isn’t saying whether the patient is a man or woman but confirms the person has been hospitalized. Officials are looking for people who may have had contact with the patient so they can be treated with antibiotics.
Pneumonic plague is caused by the same bacteria as bubonic plague but it attacks the lungs and can sometimes be deadly even when treated. READ MORE

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Scabies at US Border

A Border Patrol union claims that illegal immigrant minors are coming into the U.S. with "active scabies and other illnesses," claiming one of its agents already has contracted the mite-borne skin
scabies
infection and warning it could spread into surrounding communities if precautions are not taken.
The union's warning comes amid claims of tuberculosis at one camp in San Antonio and Texas Gov. Rick Perry's testimony last week of a confirmed case of H1N1, or swine flu.
The medical issues pertain to illegal immigrant minors crossing the U.S.-Mexico border and being detained in Texas and other states. The most detailed information so far has come out of the San Diego Local 1613 chapter of the National Border Patrol Council. READ MORE

Thursday, July 3, 2014

Silver Kills MRSA

Hey Mike..another "silver miracle" I suppose one could say. My friend had MRSA...in his face of all places. He went to the ER because the infection was spreading up his jaw and streaks of red were going towards his heart. Anyway, he didn't have money for the antibiotics they wanted him to use, so of course I gave him 48 ounces of silver and told him 1 oz 3 times a day until it's gone. His face is completely healed, both inside and outside is mouth. Didn't take ONE SINGLE OVER THE COUNTER ANTIBIOTIC and he's completely healed from silver alone. He has the MRSA paperwork from the hospital showing he has MRSA. Thanks for Sharing J.

Friday, June 27, 2014

Swine flu in San Antonio

HOUSTON, Texas--An unaccompanied minor from Central America who entered the U.S. illegally has been confirmed as having the Swine Flu, also known as the H1N1 flu. 

A spokesperson from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services confirmed that the sick child is at the Lackland Air Force base in San Antonio, according to KRGV. 2,000 H1N1 vaccinations are being brought to the air base, where more than 1,000 illegal immigrant minors are currently staying.
Congressman Louie Gohmert told Breitbart Texas that the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services--the agency currently caring for many of the unaccompanied minors--is not doing an adequate job of screening and treating diseases. READ MORE

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

West African Ebola epidemic "out of control"


ACCRA (Reuters) - An Ebola epidemic in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone is out of control and requires massive resources from governments and aid agencies to prevent it from spreading further, medical charity Médecins Sans Frontières said on Monday.
The death toll has hit 337 since February, the U.N. World Health Organization said last week, making it the deadliest outbreak since Ebola first emerged in 1976.
The disease has not previously occurred in the region and local people remain frightened of it and view health facilities with suspicion. This makes it harder to bring it under control, MSF said in a statement.
At the same time, MSF said, a lack of understanding has meant people continue to prepare corpses and attend funerals of Ebola victims, leaving them vulnerable to the disease, transmitted by touching victims or through bodily fluids.  READ MORE

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Crisco originally made as machine lubricant

In the early 1900's Proctor and Gamble acquired the Crisco patent which was designed as a machine lubricant.To make more money they bribed the American Heart Ass. to endorse Crisco as a cooking substitute for Lard. Narrated by Dr. Joel Wallach, founder of Youngevity view his products here
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Saturday, June 14, 2014

Whooping cough reaches epidemic level in California

For the first time in four years, California is experiencing a statewide epidemic of pertussis, or whooping cough, with infants under the age of 6 months facing the greatest risk of hospitalization or death, according to state health authorities.
"We urge all pregnant women to get vaccinated," said Dr. Ron Chapman, director of the California Department of Public Health. "We also urge parents to vaccinate infants as soon as possible."
California counties have reported 3,458 cases of the disease this year, including two infant deaths. While that figure is less than the 9,163 cases reported in 2010 — the last epidemic year — health officials say this year's caseload is on track to meet that level.
"The summer months are usually the worst," said Dr. Gil Chavez, an epidemiologist and deputy director at the department.
A disease is considered an epidemic if it exceeds anticipated levels; it is not the same as declaring a public health emergency, Chavez said. READ MORE

Monday, June 9, 2014

Duel lawsuits take on Big Pharma

District Attorneys in Santa Clara and Orange County California have teamed up to file a lawsuit against major pharmaceutical manufacturers for promoting the sale of highly addictive opioid medications such as Oxycotton and Percocet. With prescriptions of these medications up 300% since 1999, the Centers For Disease Control reports 1.4 million Americans went to the emergency room for overdose incidents in 2011. Of those, 22,000 passed away. RT Correspondent Meghan Lopez takes a closer look at the culture of prescription and addiction and the lawsuit to combat the trend.WATCH VIDEO

Friday, June 6, 2014

FDA approves drug to treat MRSA

(CNN) -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a new drug to treat bacterial skin infections like Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, also known as MRSA .
MRSA is caused by a strain of staph bacteria that's become resistant to most antibiotics. It's life-threatening and is often found in hospitals and other health care settings.
The new drug, called Dalvance, is taken intravenously. The drug is only approved for use in adults, according to the Chicago-based company that markets the drug, Durata Therapeutics.
What makes it different from other MRSA antibiotics is the way it was approved.
This is the first drug labeled by the FDA as a Qualified Infectious Disease Product. QIDP is part of a program that the administration hopes will encourage drug companies to develop new drugs like Dalvance that will fight the epidemic of antibiotic-resistant infections. READ MORE
Gee, I wonder if the FDA will ever approve silver :) beinki

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Oklahoma: Man Dies After Acquiring Heartland Virus

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The state of Oklahoma says a man has died after acquiring the Heartland virus, making him the second person in the U.S. to die after coming down with the illness.
Oklahoma officials said Tuesday the Delaware County man died recently from complications of the virus, which is found in the Lone Star tick and is likely spread through tick bites. The virus was first identified in Missouri in 2009.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has said the other patient who died after acquiring the virus had other health conditions.
Other cases have been diagnosed in Missouri and Tennessee, but those patients recovered.
Symptoms of the virus include fever, fatigue, bruising easily and diarrhea. There is no vaccine or drug to prevent or treat the disease.

Sunday, May 25, 2014

U.S. FDA approves Durata's acute bacterial skin infection drug


(Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Friday it has approved a new drug to treat acute bacterial skin infections made by Durata Therapeutics Inc.
Approval of the drug, Dalvance, follows a positive recommendation by the FDA's advisory committee, which also gave a favorable review to a rival product from Cubist Pharmaceuticals Inc. The FDA is set to rule on the Cubist drug shortly.
Both drugs are designed to treat serious acute bacterial skin and skin structure infections, or ABSSSI. The infections involve deep tissue or are associated with an underlying disease such as diabetes. READ MORE 
 OK, a couple of things here. First I would try spraying ionic silver on the affected skin area then use colloidal silver at a tablespoon 3 times a day, hold under the tongue before swallowing. Second Diabetes is a chromium and vanadium deficiency! Watch my Dr Joel Wallach video how to cure diabetes in 2 weeks. Get your Healthy start pak with the sweet ease from my youngevity store HERE  It's not rocket science folks, give the body what it needs and it will heal itself. Beinki.

Saturday, May 24, 2014

Protesting Monsantos GMO food

I took Skelator out of the closet to go to a protest in our Capitol today. Learn more about myYoungevity products HERE Beinki

Sunday, May 18, 2014

CDC: Illinois man is 3rd reported case of MERS in nation

A U.S. citizen previously hospitalized in Indiana with Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, or MERS, has passed the potentially fatal virus to an Illinois man, federal health officials said Saturday.
Health officials originally contacted the Illinois resident earlier this month after learning that he had met with the Indiana patient on two occasions prior to the Indiana man’s hospitalization, according to a release from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
An initial test of the Illinois man on May 5 came back negative for an active MERS-CoV infection, officials said. But further testing revealed that the man had in fact been previously infected with the virus.  READ MORE

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Most severe E. coli bacteria strain identified in West Mich.

GRAND RAPIDS (WZZM) -- Two West Michigan counties are among five in Michigan that say they have seen people getting sick from the most severe type of E. coli bacteria.
The Kent County Health Department has confirmed one person was hospitalized for the infection, but the patient is making a full recovery. Ottawa County is also investigating a case of the illness, but right now, they have not confirmed whether a patient was hospitalized there.
Wednesday, the Michigan Department of Community Health reported five confirmed cases of illness from E. coli O157. All of the cases were found in adults between the ages of 20 and 41 and all of them are linked to under-cooked ground beef served in different restaurants in different locations. READ MORE

Monday, May 12, 2014

Breastfeeding helps children grow friendly gut bacteria

The presence of lactic acid bacteria in intestinal flora is important for the healthy development of the immune system in children's early years. Now, a Danish study that tracked over 300 children in their first 3 years of life, found that longer breastfeeding encouraged lactic acid bacteria to flourish in their guts for longer.
The study, led by the National Food Institute at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU-Food) in Søborg, is published in the journal Applied and Environmental Microbiology.
Previous studies have shown that breastfed babies tend to be a little slimmer and grow more slowly than formula-fed infants. Breastfeeding has also been linked to lower risk of obesity, diabetes, inflammatory bowel disease and allergies later in life. READ MORE

Thursday, May 8, 2014

Chemo Patient uses Colloidal silver and Beyond Tangy Tangerine



I wanted to give you an update on my Dad's wife and her cancer situation. So since the day of
diagnosis, I had her taking 1 oz of colloidal silver, 3 times a day. In addition to the CS, she has been taking Tangy every day. She went through the chemo, an absolutely barbaric program, which compromised her natural immune system. Her white blood cell count was close to zero because of the poison being pumped into a port in her chest, but she never got sick. Not a sniffle...not a cough. She was saying that when she would go to the chemo farm, which had 40 chairs for the chemo patients and was always filled to capacity, there would be people coughing and sneezing all around her. But she never got sick. The CS was acting as a supplemental immune system while her natural immune system was incapacitated. The radiation, just as barbaric, really did a lot of damage. She has anal cancer, so imagine 2nd and 3rd degree burns on your most sensitive areas. I sent her ionic silver to spray on the area, which she does religiously. Coincidentally, her doctor gave her silver nitrate to put on the burns. To sum it up, a combination of colloidal silver, ionic silver, and Tangy Tangerine seems to be a good protocol for cancer victims who decide to go the chemo/radiation route. The silver keeps them from getting sick and the Tangy gives their body's the building blocks needed to repair the damage from the chemical and radioactive assault. –Josh Thanks for sharing Josh. For those wanting the Beyond Tangy Tangerine buywholesale here Beinki.

Saturday, May 3, 2014

MERS makes first U.S. appearance, in Indiana

(CNN) -- The first U.S. case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) coronavirus has been reported in Indiana, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday.
The patient is a health-care provider who recently traveled to Saudi Arabia to provide health care, said Dr. Anne Schuchat, assistant surgeon general with the U.S. Public Health Service and director for the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases.
The person, an American male, traveled on April 24 from Riyadh to London, then to Chicago, and took a bus to Indiana, officials said. He began experiencing shortness of breath, coughing, and fever on April 27, according to the Indiana State Department of Health. READ MORE

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Microbes in our stomachs may be making us miserable

Microbes are in the news these days. Specifically, the microbes that live in and on the human body, making up our “microbiome.” Michael Pollan made a splash with a column titled “Some of My Best Friends are Germs” about a year ago, and now Martin Blaser, director of the Human Microbiome Project at NYU, has published a book called Missing Microbes: How the Overuse of Antibiotics Is Fueling Our Modern Plagues.
In a short period of time, bacteria, fungi and other microbes have gone from enemy to friend in the public consciousness.
But in addition to the many studies finding out about the numbers and diversity of the microbes with whom we share our bodies and their roles in our nutrition and immune function, some researchers have made some surprising findings: the bugs in your gut might actually impact your emotions. READ MORE

Thursday, April 24, 2014

CDC reports biggest measles outbreak since 1996

Measles have infected 129 people in 13 states in 2014, the most in the first four months of any year since 1996, officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Thursday as they warned clinicians, parents and others to watch for the potentially deadly virus.
 Thirty-four of the cases were imported via travel to other countries, including 17 from the Philippines, where a huge outbreak has affected 20,000 people and caused 69 deaths, said Anne Schuchat, director of the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases READ MORE

Deadly pig virus spreading through IL farms

SPRINGFIELD -- Illinois agriculture leaders say there have been hundreds of cases of a deadly pig virus in Illinois.
The Illinois Pork Producers Association says there were 360 cases of porcine epidemic diarrhea, or PED, in Illinois through March. They also say the virus has spread throughout the state and is impacting large and small farms.
But hog farmers weren't required to start reporting the illness until last week.
PED has killed millions of pigs in 27 states since showing up in the U.S. last May. Illinois is among the hardest-hit.
The disease has been blamed for recent increases in bacon and pork prices and farmers have struggled to control the virus, because little is known about how it spreads. Piglets are most at risk.
The virus does not affect humans.READ MORE

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Dr. Joel Wallach to release cure for Muscular Dystrophy

Dr. Joel Wallach
On a recent podcast Dr. Joel Wallach announced he is soon to release to the public the prevention and reversal of Muscular Dystrophy listen here. Hint: it is a selenium deficiency Get your Youngevity selenium here.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Research Facility “Loses” Thousands of Tubes Containing Deadly Virus

A French research institute working on various deadly viruses, including SARS, has apparently misplaced thousands of tubes and no one is quite sure where they went. A routine inventory check at Paris’ Pasteur Institute revealed that 2,349 tubes containing fragments of the virus responsible for the deaths of 774 people in 2002 were missing, the centre named after French chemist Louis Pasteur said. It is not clear how the tubes disappeared from one of the institute’s safest laboratories. Management were made aware of the loss in January, Le Monde newspaper reported. READ MORE

Thursday, April 10, 2014

What we need to do about antibiotic-resistant infections

READ WITH DISCERNMENT

The emergence of organisms resistant to commercially available antibiotics has created a public health crisis, and a gap has emerged between the clinical and perceived value of antibiotics.  The subject of hospital acquired infections (HAIs) also has become a frequent topic for discussion among patients, families, clinicians, and hospital administrators.  The emotional and financial burdens associated with HAIs are deeply felt, by patients and infection control specialists. READ MORE

Saturday, April 5, 2014

EPA Haults use of nano silver plastic containers

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has ordered a New Jersey company to stop selling its plastic food storage containers because they contain nanosilver, an unregistered pesticide.
The company, Pathway Investment Corp., claims the nanosilver has antibacterial properties that reduce the growth of mold, fungus and bacteria, reducing opportunities for food spoilage. But federal regulations are clear that for any company to make such claims, the products must first be properly tested and registered with EPA. READ MORE

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

No Cure for Hearthland Virus? Try Colloidal Silver!

ST. JOSEPH, MO (KTVI)– It’s called the Hearthland Virus. It’s named after a hospital near St. Joseph, Missouri. The illness first appeared in that part of the state. Eight people have come down with it, most of them are from Missouri. One person has died the rest have recovered.
Dr. Ericka Hayes is an expert in infectious diseases at Washington University Medical School. Dr. Hayes said, “It’s worrisome when we know there’s a new germ out there that can make people sick.”
Experts and the C.D.C. have been investigating the illness. There is no medicine no cure right now. Doctors can only treat the symptoms. Dr. Hayes said, “Fever, feeling very tired and really no specific symptoms like headaches, diarrhea, loss of appetite, sounds not unlike having the flu.” READ MORE

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Ebola Virus Outbreak

Health care providers in West Africa are struggling to arrest the Ebola virus from reaching epidemic proportions in Guinea where about 100 infections have already been registered, according to Guinea's Ministry of Health.
The first cases of the virus infection were recorded in Guinea this year, and about 59 people have died although the disease could be confirmed in only 13 of the cases.
Authorities are taking preventive steps to keep the virus from reaching the capital Conakry, which could be catastrophic as the city is home to about 3 million people. READ MORE

Sunday, March 23, 2014

More reports of C-Diff infections

I have just gotten another call informing me of someone who contracted C-Diff. If it were me I would be taking the amber colored colloidal silver two tablespoons three times a day for a week. Beinki
Clostridium difficile (klos-TRID-e-um dif-uh-SEEL), often called C. difficile or C. diff, is a bacterium that can cause symptoms ranging from diarrhea to life-threatening inflammation of the colon.
Illness from C. difficile most commonly affects older adults in hospitals or in long-term care facilities and typically occurs after use of antibiotic medications. However, studies show increasing rates of C. difficile infection among people traditionally not considered high risk, such as younger and healthy individuals without a history of antibiotic use or exposure to health care facilities.

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Black Salve and ionic silver treat skin cancer

Here is another testimonial:
Hi Mike , I don't think I let you know how the black salve worked . Well I did what you told me to do and after 24 hours I took the band aids off ! I thought to myself at first "What did I do to myself ! " LOL Then I spayed the silver on it a few times a day and after a few days it looked great !

The skin that didn't have the cancer was perfect still and the cancer spots were gone ! Holy Crap Mike ! Thank you so much ! You might of saved my life cause I do not do doctors ! Oh, I almost forgot with the silver I received can I nebulize with it ? Let me know I have a cough and would love to use it via neb
Mary 

Yes you may nebulize both colloidal and ionic silver. Mike aka beinki

Thursday, March 13, 2014

highly contagious pig disease spreading

Arizona is the latest state to confirm cases of the deadly Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus, a highly contagious pig disease, increasing the tally of U.S. states with confirmed cases to 27, a group of animal health researchers said.
Virginia has reported positive samples of the virus in the environment, but not yet in a hog herd, according to data released on Thursday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Animal Health Laboratory Network.
Confirmed cases of PEDv increased by 274 in the week ending March 8, bringing the total number to 4,458 in 27 states.
While one case can represent an individual animal or an entire herd at a single site, hog industry analysts estimate PEDv has killed between 4 million and 5 million U.S. hogs since it was discovered in May 2013.READ MORE

Sunday, March 9, 2014

Clean your CPAP with IONIC SILVER

A friend of mine was complaining about the possibility of his CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) Machine giving him recurring upper respiratory infections, most likely from bacteria in his face mask or hose. He admits not to cleaning his unit as frequently as needed as it is bothersome. So I suggested using my ionic silver to spray in the mask daily and let air dry, killing any bacteria that might be present but also adding an ounce or so to his humidifier reservoir so that would not only help keep his hose cleaner but would act as an infection fighting nebulizer while he sleeps. I did find a $279 machine that will clean CPAP stuff HERE but dang that seems a bit much considering you can make your own ionic silver inexpensively with a silver lungs generator HERE I probably should do more bacteria tests but it always turns out the same. IONIC SILVER KILLS GERMS.

ionic silver cleans CPAP machine
More research into CPAP infections resulted in this study: Our results suggest that patients using CPAP therapy either with or without heated humidity seem to be at an increased risk of upper airway infections compared to conservatively treated patients. AND the Mayo clinic suggests  Chronic bronchitis, pneumonia, respiratory infections and sinus infections may be related to inadequate cleaning of the equipment. BEINKI

Friday, March 7, 2014

Missouri Senate panel backs college meningitis vaccine

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -
Students living on college campuses could be required to get vaccinated against bacterial meningitis under legislation endorsed by a Missouri Senate committee.
The legislation would require all students in on-campus housing to have the meningococcal vaccine starting in July 2015, unless they seek a religious or medical exemption.
Meningococcal disease can cause an inflammation of the brain lining known as meningitis. It can spread among people in crowded places such as dormitories and can strike quickly with sometimes deadly results. Some symptoms can appear similar to the flu, including fever, headaches and neck stiffness.
The Senate health committee endorsed the legislation Thursday. The panel heard testimony two weeks ago from a former college student who suffered permanent disabilities because of the disease. READ MORE  YOU CAN OPT OUT!!!!

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Obama budget boosts funds to fight 'nightmare bacteria

President Obama is proposing to double spending to combat the threat of "nightmare bacteria" spreading in hospitals.
Obama's proposed budget, released today, includes $30 million annually for the next five years to detect and prevent "superbug" infections, which are resistant to even the strongest antibiotics, according to an announcement from the Department of Health and Human Services.
The money would be used to set up regional labs to identify outbreaks more quickly and to help hospitals collaborate on reducing the bacteria's spread, among other programs. READ MORE Hell Obama just spray my ionic silver everywhere and save a few bucks.

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Antibiotics Made Irrelevant By Colloidal Silver?

Many stories have been written lately for Natural News and other sites about the pending health disaster of super microbes resulting from the use of antibiotics.  The problem is that antibiotics have been used for many decades to kill pathogenic organisms, but they never quite kill them all.  The toughest ones survive and multiply.  This is seen in an extreme form in a hospital environment, where all kinds of antibiotics and chemical disinfectants are used.  Eventually all that is left are the super bacteria, and like super viruses such as those intentionally created in government laboratories, they are very hard to stop.  In the meantime, the routine use of antibiotics has killed the beneficial microorganisms in many people’s bodies, and these microbes are the main part of our immune system, especially in the digestive tract, so we are left wide open to infection, READ MORE

Friday, February 28, 2014

Scientists describe deadly immune 'storm' caused by emergent flu infections

Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction—a "cytokine storm"—that can both sicken and kill patients who are infected with certain strains of flu virus.
Their findings, published in this week's online Early Edition of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, also clarify the workings of a potent new class of anti-inflammatory compounds that prevent this immune overreaction in animal models.
"We show that with this type of drug, we can quiet the storm enough to interfere with the virus-induced disease and lung injury, while still allowing the infected host to mount a sufficient immune response to eliminate the virus," said John R. Teijaro, an assistant professor in TSRI's Department of Immunology and Microbial Science and first author of the study. READ MORE

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Leading scientists admit nano silver kills germs

Silver has long been known for its ability to kill some of the nasty microbes that can make people sick. In hospitals, it's used to help burn victims, to combat germs on catheters and even to wipe out dangerous "superbugs" that have grown resistant to traditional antibiotics.
Now, capitalizing on consumers' fear of germs, companies are adding tiny, powerful silver particles to cutting boards, underwear, yoga mats, running shirts, socks and an expanding array of other "antibacterial" goods.
Such products are made possible by recent advances in technology that allow manufacturers to create nano-sized silver and incorporate it into various materials. (A nanometer is one-billionth of a meter; a human hair is about 80,000 to 100,000 nanometers wide.)READ MORE 

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Silver is Nature's Purifier

The value of silver in medicine, and as a purifier has been
acknowledged for centuries.  Egyptians implantes silver
plates into skulls, with surgery.  In ancient Greece and
Rome, people used silver containers to keep liquids fresh.
When settlers moved across the American West, they would
purify a container of water by putting a silver dollar in
it overnight, and silver dollars were used to keep milk
from spoiling.

Toward the end of the 19th Century, other medical uses for
silver were developed, including the use of silver and mer-
cury in the filling of cavities, and dropping a silver nit-
rate solution into the eyes of new-born babies to prevent
blindness due to infection. READ MORE

Monday, February 17, 2014

Well-child visits linked to more than 700,000 subsequent flu-like illnesses

New research shows that well-child doctor appointments for annual exams and vaccinations are associated with an increased risk of flu-like illnesses in children and family members within two weeks of the visit. This risk translates to more than 700,000 potentially avoidable illnesses each year, costing more than $490 million annually. The study was published in the March issue of Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology, the journal of the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America. READ MORE

Saturday, February 15, 2014

Silver Enhances Antibiotic Activity

A declining pipeline of clinically useful antibiotics has made it imperative to develop more effective antimicrobial therapies, particularly against difficult-to-treat Gram-negative pathogens. Silver has been used as an antimicrobial since antiquity, yet its mechanism of action remains unclear. We show that silver disrupts multiple bacterial cellular processes, including disulphide bond formation, metabolism, and iron homeostasis. These changes lead to increased production of reactive oxygen species and increased membrane permeability of Gram-negative bacteria that can potentiate the activity of a broad range of antibiotics against Gram-negative bacteria in different metabolic states, as well as restore antibiotic susceptibility to a resistant bacterial strain. We show both in vitro and in a mouse model of urinary tract infection that the ability of silver to induce oxidative stress can be harnessed to potentiate antibiotic activity.  READ MORE

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

My ionic silver will cure Bob Costas' Pink Eye!

Does vodka help with conjunctivitis?
Probably not. But NBC broadcaster Bob Costas - now with an infection in both of his eyes - turned to liquor on tonight's episode of "Olympic Late Night," downing booze alongside fellow on-air personality Mary Carillo.
Costas's eye infection has been a lingering talking point throughout the Sochi Olympics, ever since he took the air Thursday wearing glasses, his left eye reddened and watery.
Despite the eye issues, Costas is soldiering on. Costas joked about his pinkeye before drinking the vodka.
"My eyes can't get any redder, no matter what I do," he said.  READ MORE

Sunday, February 9, 2014

Cat Bites May Lead to Serious Infections, Hospitalizations

SUNDAY, Feb. 9, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Cat bites may look less serious than dog bites, but beware: They can cause dangerous infections, particularly when they involve the hand, new research indicates.
Although cats have no more germs in their mouths than dogs or people, researchers at the Mayo Clinic found that when cats bite, their sharp teeth can inject hard-to-treat bacteria deeply into the skin and joints, increasing the risk for serious infection.
"Dogs' teeth are blunter, so they don't tend to penetrate as deeply and they tend to leave a larger wound after they bite," study senior author Dr. Brian Carlsen, a Mayo Clinic plastic surgeon and orthopedic hand surgeon, said in a clinic news release. "Cats' teeth are sharp and can penetrate very deeply. They can seed bacteria in the joint and tendon sheaths."READ MORE

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Dr. McCain recommends colloidal silver to survive weapons of mass destruction

Dr. McCain:  “My life’s been threatened already.  I was nearly killed—let’s see, it was December, three years ago.  I was very actively involved in the chemtrail situation when it came out because it really, really upset me.  I was really furious because here I am a doctor and I’m trying to save people and what the hell is this crap that they’re spraying on everybody and I know it’s making us sick.  I was very actively involved on the internet.  I was actively involved with an organization in Houston.  About 11:00 at night a chopper came over my house and hovered over the house and sprayed the house and almost killed my son and myself.  I had complete kidney failure.  My lungs filled up with fluid.  I couldn’t breathe.  I had to be put on oxygen.  I was sick at least ten days—life and death—and so was my son.  I lost my teeth over it.  My teeth—I had really great teeth—but the enamel just literally came off my teeth and the inside of my teeth fell out.  And that was within four months of being sprayed. READ MORE

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Colloidal silver grows pot and tomato plants twice as tall

POMONA, Calif. /California Newswire/ — Live-Silver today announced that tests made by Live-Silver of Pomona, Calif. show plants grown hydroponically, as well as in soil, indicate annual plants grow to twice the height and width of control plants when 2 percent of Live-Silver's new supercharged colloidal silver is added to the standard nutrients. "Experiments were made with tomatoes and medical marijuana. Both produced about six times the weight as well as the sinsenilla in the marijuana.READ MORE

Sunday, February 2, 2014

Could VIRUS spread to Superbowl?

Passengers aboard a cruise ship on which hundreds fell ill recalled days of misery being holed up in
their rooms as the Explorer of the Seas returned to its home port Wednesday after a Caribbean trip cut short by a suspected outbreak of norovirus.
Retiree Bill Rakowicz, 61, from the city of St. Thomas in Ontario, Canada, said he thought he was just seasick when he began suffering from vomiting, pain and diarrhea caused by the outbreak that sickened nearly 700 passengers and crew.
“Then I went out of my room and saw people with gloves and people sick everywhere,” he said after the ship docked in the ship docked in Bayonne, New Jersey. A passenger from Toronto wondered if the virus could spread through New Jersey and spoil Super Bowl XLVIII this Sunday.READ MORE

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Exploring alternate ways to treat bacterial bowel infection

There is an old saying "fight fire with fire." In medical terms, this means that you treat an illness with something similar to what caused the illness in the first place.
There is probably nothing more appropriate for this phrase than the treatment of a bacterial bowel infection by using somebody else's feces. This is called fecal transplantation.
One of the more serious consequences of using antibiotics is overgrowth of the bowel with a very toxic bacterium, Clostridium difficile.
Toxins that are released from Clostridium difficile are extremely toxic and can significantly damage the bowels, often resulting in severe bloody diarrhea. READ MORE

Saturday, January 25, 2014

Ionic Silver Stops Shingles In Its Tracks



“Last week my wife came down with a case of shingles. As you know the shingles virus is very painful because it resides in the nerve endings. Anyway, when we first noticed it, it looked like a bug bite or spider bite so we put some pulling ointment on it with no luck. It wasn’t until the next day I saw that it was shingles. So immediately I had her drinking the amber colored colloidal silver I made for her, about an ounce every hour or so, holding it under her tongue before swallowing. She also sprayed the affected area with my ionic silver repeatedly and kept a bandage soaked in it on the area. By the second day she said she felt no more pain and that it seemed to be clearing up. These are the photos I took. There is no cure for shingles but my colloidal silver is the next best thing!” Beinki