Articles: infections and inflammation

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  1. Natural Alternatives to Antibiotics

    by Suzanne Laurie

    In this article, Suzanne Laurie describes the result of the over use of antibiotics and suggests alternative natural remedies to be used, especially for minor complaints. Antibioti...

  2. Silver Makes a Comeback

    by John T Wilson

    Colloidal silver is emerging as one of the wonders of science that the medical establishment is just beginning to rediscover.

  3. Superbugs: Is this the final warning?

    by Simon Martin

    Although critics of orthodox medicine's over-reliance on antibiotics have been sounding the alarm on behalf of a long-suffering public for at least the last ten years, previous war...

  4. The Antimicrobial Activity Of Selected Silver Products

    by Dr Robert Rowen MD and Dr Dennis Harper DC ND

    The antimicrobial activity of a group of silver-based products was assessed by comparing their ability to kill MRSA (Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus). Silver has been us...

  5. The Bug Paradox

    by Rajgopal Nidamboor

    The use of antibiotics is based on the paradigm there is a battle in progress in the body and it must be resolved – and, that the body is not capable of success without drug support...

  6. The Difficult Fight against Multidrug-Resistant Bacteria

    by Klaus Ferlow

    Bacteria, against which most antibiotics are powerless, already cause thousands of deaths in German hospitals every year. Now researchers are sounding the alarm because incidents in...

  7. The Healing Power of Molecular Hydrogen: Reducing Inflammation Naturally

    by Roddy MacDonald

    Molecular hydrogen (H2) is a gas composed of two hydrogen atoms covalently bonded together. It is the smallest molecule in existence and is also referred to as dihydrogen or hydroge...

  8. The Side Effects of Antibiotics

    by June Butlin

    Discovering antibiotics in the 1930s was a major breakthrough for modern medicine as it allowed many people to be saved from life threatening diseases such as typhoid and meningiti...

  9. What is Inflammation of the Lungs, its Causes and Treatment

    by Krishma Patel

    Inflammation of the lungs occurs because of lung diseases where the body tries to fight an irritant, resulting in swelling and redness of the lung tissue, shortness of breath, chest...

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