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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

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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

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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