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Thursday, April 28, 2016

The FDA Warns That A Common Yeast Infection Drug Can Increase The Risk Of Miscarriage

Yeast infections, which are a common annoyance for many women, are especially common during pregnancy. And new research finds that one of the standard treatments could be dangerous for developing babies. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) just issued a safety alert for pregnant women about taking the oral prescription drug Diflucan (also known as fluconazole). The FDA cites results from a new Danish study that found there is an increased risk of miscarriage for pregnant women who take Diflucan.
“Patients who are pregnant or actively trying to get pregnant should talk to their health care professionals about alternative treatment options for yeast infections,” the alert states.
Unfortunately, pregnant women are at an increased risk of developing yeast infections, with an estimated 10 percent of women developing them at some point during their pregnancy.
“Yeast infections are more common during pregnancy,” women’s health expert Jennifer Wider, M.D., tells SELF. “The hormonal changes that occur in the body while a woman is pregnant make her more vulnerable to yeast overgrowth because the pH balance in the vagina is affected.” READ MORE

Saturday, April 16, 2016

De Niro Finally Speaks About ‘Vaxxed’ There’s a Link to Autism’

Tribeca Film Festival co-founder and Oscar-winning actor, Robert De Niro went on the Today Show Wednesday and defended his stance on the screening of the controversial documentary Vaxxed: From Cover-up to Catastrophe.
On the show, De Niro noted how there was “no reason” to pull the film and explained how important it is for people to see it.

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Friday, April 1, 2016

Would Colloidal Silver have saved Patty Duke's Life?

Oscar-winning actress Patty Duke, star of “The Patty Duke Show” and the Broadway play and film “The Miracle Worker,” died of sepsis from a ruptured intestine on Tuesday.
Simple though it may seem, her death announcement is a major milestone for the sepsis awareness movement, said Thomas Heymann, executive director of the Sepsis Alliance. The more people are aware of this condition, Heymann said, the stronger their likelihood of saving their own lives or the lives of their loved ones.
“The fact that they said Patty Duke’s cause of death was sepsis is relatively new,” Heymann said. “It very often would have been left as a complication of surgery or an infection, but it’s not a complication — it’s sepsis.”
Sepsis, a reaction to infection that leads to systemic organ failure, kills more than 258,000 Americans every year, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, making it the ninth-leading cause of disease-related deaths in the country. While most people can fully recover from sepsis, some survivors are left with permanent organ damage or missing limbs due to amputation. READ MORE