Ancient soil bacteria holds key to preventing modern superbugs by: Stephanie Diaz for Natural News Researchers from Swansea University Medical School in the U.K. have discovered a new type of bacteria that can inhibit more than half of the top antibiotic-resistant pathogens. In the study, which was published in Frontiers Microbiology, a team from the U.K. and Croatia analyzed an area in Ireland that is thought to have medicinal properties and found the new strain, which they named Streptomyces sp. myrophorea. To date, antibiotic resistance is one of the world’s biggest problems. Microorganisms are evolving at…READ MORE
Could cranberries combat superbugs?
Could cranberries combat superbugs? by Dr. Joseph Mercola for Mercola Finding a drug to either kill harmful bacteria or slow their growth has been a priority for medical practitioners for thousands of years. Not all antibiotics have been effective or even safe, although herbs, honey and moldy bread poultices used in ancient Greece, Rome, China and Egypt were used with some success.1 Needless to say, as scientists experimented with treatment possibilities and resorted to things like animal feces, heavy metals like mercury, bismuth and arsenic to eradicate sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhea…READ MORE
Candida Auris: The silent superbug that’s already too late to stop – full documentary
Candida Auris: The silent superbug that’s already too late to stop – full documentary by: Mike Adams for Natural News Candida auris is a “silent superbug” that’s already spreading across U.S. hospitals and nursing homes. The CDC has reported hundreds of infections across seven states, and is tracking over 1,000 “colonizations” where the fungal strain has infected human carriers who spread it to others. Notably, the CDC refuses to name which hospitals have been infected by Candida auris, even as it admits infections are spreading across Illinois, New Jersey and New York.…READ MORE