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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