Do you know about antibiotic resistance, which makes antibiotics ineffective?

Do you know about resistance to antibiotics, which makes antibiotics ineffective? The common cold and influenza, or flu, are caused by viruses, while some types of pneumonia are caused by bacteria. Diseases with different causes need to be treated with different medicines. Antibiotics kill bacteria, but they are not effective against the common cold or […]

Carnitine, Choline, Cancer and Cholesterol: The TMAO Connection

“Carnitine, Choline, Cancer and Cholesterol: The TMAO Connection” Earlier this month, a research team at the Cleveland Clinic offered a novel explanation as to why meat intake may be related to mortality. “Numerous studies have suggested a decrease in atherosclerotic disease risk — heart disease our #1 killer –” “in vegan and vegetarian individuals compared […]

Are Organic Foods Safer?

“Are Organic Foods Safer?” The stated principles of organic agriculture are “health, ecology, fairness, and care,” but if you ask people why they buy organic, the strongest predictor was concern for their own health or their family’s. People may spend more for organic more for selfish, rather than altruistic motives. Although organic foods may not […]

Probiotics: Useful or Useless?

hey it’s Mike here and today probiotics are they worth that twenty to fifty dollars that you might spend on them online or at the health food store should there be a soon to be sixty four billion dollar industry based around them in particular we’re gonna look at a very interesting and new study […]

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Restoring Your Gut Health After Antibiotics

Greetings. Eric Bakker, the Naturopath. You like my new microphone, which is huge, big blue thing here. You can’t see it, but I hope you can hear my voice a lot better. Thank you for all the nice comments I’ve received of late for the videos. I appreciate them. Let’s talk about the five mistakes […]

Preventing and Treating Diarrhea with Probiotics

probiotics have moved from the field of alternative medicine into the mainstream slowly but surely over the past decade the best evidence we have is for the prevention of antibiotic associated diarrhea and the treatment of gastroenteritis and a biotics administration is followed and up to 40 percent of cases by the appearance of diarrhea […]

The Search for New Antibiotics

When you look at the history of drug discovery especially, if you talk about Antibiotics, we haven’t found many of the new drugs since 1970. Only a few new drugs that just came out in the market in 2000. The thing about finding new drugs is that Antibiotics, they are natural products. 90% of them […]

Why do some antibiotics fail; animation about antibiotic resistance

SILENCE TRANQUIL MUSIC VOICE-OVER: Bacteria are tiny organisms that often multiply rapidly. Everyone carries good and bad bacteria. If there are too many bad bacteria, a serious infection can develop. That can make you very ill. The bacteria that cause such infections can be controlled using antibiotics. Antibiotics kill the bacteria or inhibit their growth. […]

Antibiotics: Misused on Factory Farms

Part of my research is based in trying to understand how humans try too sort of get short term gains and up causing kind of external damage and the long term effects that they don’t recognize so trying to sort of characterize what are those impacts that could be coming about from this practice of […]

Against superbugs: Russian science discovered the source of new antibiotics

The antibiotics we know today don’t work anymore. That’s why superbugs – bacteria resistant to modern antibiotics kill some 700 thousand people each year. An equivalent to the population of Detroit, Montenegro or one of Siberia’s largest cities – Tyumen Nightmare superbugs No new antibiotics in the pipeline End of the road for antibiotics unless […]