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1. Buy Generic MDs Website Is Presented By India Pharmacy
May 04, 2018

New Delhi, India — Buy Generic MDs Website has been launched as to promote the ultra cheap alternatives to the expensive medicine that is now being increasingly sold in the United States of America. There are various types that include medicine for men, hormonal medication and also antibiotics. If there isn’t something that is already included on the site then it’s best to mail the india pharmacy and they will come up with a relevant offer for everyone that is involved. This type of business is going to improve the whole situation and the india pharmacy is striving to change the world to a ... (read more)

Author: John Doe

2. Manhood Health 101: Spotting a Yeast Infection
April 22, 2018

When a man is faced with a red, itchy male organ, he might think the worst. Is it a really serious infection contracted from coupling with a new partner? Is it something that will be resistant to antibiotics? Will treatment be slow and time-consuming? How long before he can get back to a normal sensual life? What should he do about male organ care in the meantime? But what most men don’t know is that a yeast infection can cause a plethora of awful symptoms that seem as though they are much more serious. Also known as thrush, yeast infections are often considered a "woman’s problem" but m... (read more)

Author: man health

3. Healthy Manhood Friend: Probiotics
April 13, 2018

Ah, having a healthy manhood is a wonderful thing for a man! When the manhood looks good and feels good, a guy feels great all over, with an extra spring in his step and a definite gleam in his eye. Taking necessary steps to ensure good male organ health is well worth it. In addition to paying attention to manhood hygiene, checking for signs of problems, etc., guys might consider another option that can help make for a healthy manhood: taking probiotics. Probiotics? Most people know about antibiotics, but what are probiotics? They are microorganisms found in many food products that... (read more)

Author: man health

4. "The Garden Within"
August 07, 2017

As promised in my last article about “Digestive Health”, I will explain what we mean by “The Garden Within”.According to an estimation , there are between 300 and 1000 different species living inside our GI tract. The majority of micro organisms are bacteria which are present in our gut, and most of them come from 30 to 40 different species. We also find fungi and protozoa, but its function is less well understood. We think that these micro-organisms are symbiotic with their host, rather then just existing together with no affect on each other. Symbiotic means that there are benefits f... (read more)

Author: Adrian Joele

5. Hire a Drug Injury Attorney for Your Case
April 24, 2017

People often rely on prescription drugs and pharmaceuticals to improve the quality of their lives, but from time to time, the use of drugs can have deadly or serious negative side effects. When you visit a doctor to obtain antibiotics or vaccines, you’re putting your life in the hands of that professional. Your need for pain medications may lead you to visit with medical professionals who are willing to be swayed by your persistent need for relief. Unfortunately, some drug companies rush their products to sale before the drugs have been proven safe for general use. When this happens, you and y... (read more)

Author: Kevin Smith

6. A Guide to Male Organ Pain and Kidney Stones
February 13, 2017

The thought of male organ pain can be quite troubling for any guy. In most cases, member pain is quite fleeting. It often comes from a source a man knows well, such as excessive self-pleasuring, rough coupling or even an infection that can be cleared up with antibiotics. Good manhood care is often enough to get a man back on track. But the pain of kidney stones is a whole other beast. Though kidney stones can cause pain and pressure in all parts of the midsection, they can cause serious male organ pain as well, especially during the time the stone is actively passing out of the body. Her... (read more)

Author: man health

7. Microbes Increasingly Resistant to Antibiotics
November 09, 2016

Drug-resistant bacteria are looming in every hospital. After decades of extensive use of antibiotics, certain types of bacteria mutated to become resistant to the drugs used to fight them. At least one bacterium developed resistance to all known antibiotics. Scientists in Britain and other parts of the world are trying to develop methods for protecting patients from drug-resistant infections. VOA’s George Putic reports.... (read more)

8. Antibiotics Are No Longer Protective - Superbugs And Bacteria Got The Upper Hand!
October 30, 2016

Over some time now newspaper reports have become more frequent in talking about alarming stories that antibiotics are no longer effective against infection or resistant to bacteria, and some of the reports confirm the superbug has taken over. Without any question, over-use and over-prescription of antibiotics over many years has caused this disaster. The medical profession has acted like cowboys with a quick draw prescribing and pumping in antibiotics into people. But they are not the only ones causing or being the source of that problem, there are others as well. This has become a situation f... (read more)

Author: Josef Bichler

9. Old Antibiotic Alternatives Getting Second Look in the West
October 01, 2016

An old alternative to antibiotics, developed in the 1940s, is getting a new look in the battle against antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Phages are viral agents that attack bacteria but leave normal cells alone. The therapy was largely abandoned during the era of antibiotics but may provide a useful weapon in this era of drug resistant bugs. VOA's Kevin Enochs reports.... (read more)

10. The Cost of Cheap Drugs? Toxic Indian Lake is 'Superbug Hotspot'
September 28, 2016

Centuries ago, Indian princes would bathe in the cool Kazhipally lake in Medak. Now, even the poorest villagers here in India's baking south point to the barren banks and frothy water and say they avoid going anywhere near it. A short drive from the bustling tech hub of Hyderabad, Medak is the heart of India's antibiotics manufacturing business: a district of about 2.5 million that has become one of the world's largest suppliers of cheap drugs to most markets, including the...... (read more)

11. New Strain of 'Superbug' Traced to Chicken
September 26, 2016

An international team of scientists has identified a new strain of “superbug” that has made people sick, and it apparently came from chickens. The new strain of Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, better known as MRSA, sickened 10 people in Denmark.  Researchers traced the staph bacteria, which is resistant to several antibiotics, and can be fatal, to contaminated poultry people handled or ate. Most people don’t acquire MRSA from chickens or other food animals.  It’s...... (read more)

12. Consider Top OTC Alternatives to Get Herbal and Natural Supplements
September 22, 2016

Top OTC Alternatives is a website where you can easily get legal otc replacements. On this site you can find replacements of medications which do not require prescription from doctor. The best natural and herbal supplements are better choice in comparison with antibiotics and other drugs which along with helping you to fight your illness are also destroying your immunity, healthy cells and beneficial bacteria. It is recommended to substitute strong chemical drugs with their natural and herbal alternatives and one issue which you can have is what supplement to take and where you can find it. ... (read more)

Author: John Doe

13. Top Officials Gather at UN to Address Falling Effectiveness of Antibiotics
September 21, 2016

Dire warnings about the growing problem of antimicrobial resistance worldwide prompted an urgent high-level meeting at the United Nations in New York Wednesday. Thousands of attendees, including heads of state, representatives of the private and public sector, NGOs and the pharmaceutical industry came together to discuss the proper use and misuse of antibiotics and what to do about it. Antimicrobial resistance occurs when antibiotics and other drugs that were once used successfully to...... (read more)

14. Antibiotic Gel Designed to Treat Ear Infections
September 14, 2016

Otitis media, or ear infection, is as common in kids as scraped knees, but it's a lot more difficult to treat, usually requiring a long course of antibiotics.   Daniel Kohane, a doctor at Boston Children’s Hospital, compared force-feeding antibiotics to children to full-contact wrestling. So, working at the Laboratory for Biomaterials and Drug Delivery at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, he developed an antibiotic-infused gel to treat and cure ear infections with a...... (read more)

15. Pneumonia Nothing to Sneeze At
September 12, 2016

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has pneumonia and is being treated with antibiotics. The issue brings up questions about her health and about the seriousness of pneumonia itself. VOA's Carol Pearson asked an expert to answer a few questions about the disease.... (read more)

16. Pneumonia is Nothing to Sneeze At
September 12, 2016

After Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton stumbled as she was getting into a car last weekend, the world started talking about pneumonia. She has been diagnosed with pneumonia and is being treated with antibiotics. The issue brings up questions about Clinton's health and about the seriousness of pneumonia itself. Pneumonia is a common and sometimes lethal lung infection. Dr. Matthew Schreiber, who specializes in lung disease at Medstar Washington Hospital, said the...... (read more)

17. Clinton Pneumonia Diagnosis Puts Candidate Health in Spotlight
September 12, 2016

U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is skipping a campaign trip to the western state of California after being diagnosed with pneumonia. A spokesman announced late Sunday she would not be making the previously planned trip that had included fundraisers and a speech about the economy on Monday and Tuesday. The Clinton campaign said a doctor had examined her Friday because of a prolonged cough and she was told then she had pneumonia. Her doctor gave her antibiotics and...... (read more)

18. Researchers Find First US Bacteria With Worrisome Superbug Genes
August 29, 2016

New Jersey researchers said on Monday they had identified perhaps the first strain of E. Coli bacteria in the United States with mobile genes that make it resistant to two types of antibiotics now considered last-line defenses against superbugs. Researchers said the strain of bacteria was found in a 76-year-old man who was treated in 2014 for a complicated urinary tract infection. Further analysis in 2016 showed the bacterium carried mcr-1, a gene that creates resistance to the last-ditch...... (read more)

19. Paper-based Test Identifies Bogus and Poor Quality Drugs
August 22, 2016

Counterfeit and substandard medications are a serious problem in the developing world, potentially harming patients who desperately need medical treatment. Some of these drugs — including the antibiotics ciprofloxacin and ceftriaxone — have been deemed essential by the World Health Organization for the treatment of infections. However, chemists in developing countries often do not have expensive instruments to determine whether a pill is genuine. Now, a simple paper-based test may be...... (read more)

20. Experimental TB Test Gives Results in an Hour
August 22, 2016

A new TB test has been developed that can tell doctors within one hour whether someone has tuberculosis. The test is in the experimental stages, but scientists say it has the potential to make a big difference in developing countries hit hard by TB. TB is a potentially deadly disease that strikes 10 million people each year. Two million of them die of the disease, according to experts. There are antibiotics to treat TB, but it can take up to three weeks to get a diagnosis, which delays...... (read more)

21. The Benefits of Affordable Dental Care
June 22, 2016

Everyone can agree that taking care of your personal health is a wise choice. If, for example, you have a chronic cold that simply won't go away on its own, chances are that you are going to go to the doctor so that you can get antibiotics to help your immune system fight the infection. So why is it that so many people don't give the same amount of consideration to their oral hygiene? As many studies have proven, taking care of your teeth and gums can help deter serious illnesses, like heart disease. Yet having your teeth regularly cleaned often takes a backseat to other healthcare issues. If ... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

22. First Antibiotic-resistant Superbug Found in US
May 26, 2016

The United States may be treading on a path to a post-antibiotics era, when more people will die from common infections. In a study published Thursday, Defense Department researchers have confirmed the discovery of antibiotic-resistant bacteria in the urine of a Pennsylvania woman who visited a military clinic last month. Dr. Tom Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said the discovery could mean that we are at the "end of the road" for the antibiotics that we have relied on for so many years. Frieden and other public health officials have long... (read more)

23. Extract from Antarctic Sponge Could Open New Front against MRSA
May 18, 2016

A sponge that thrives in frigid Antarctic waters could provide a powerful new weapon against MRSA, a sometimes fatal infection that has become highly resistant to antibiotics. Scientists from the University of South Florida Center for Drug Discovery and Innovation search the world for natural chemicals with pharmaceutical potential. Center director Bill Baker collected samples of a sponge called Dendrilla membranosa from the Southern Ocean. His team extracted a substance they named darwinolide, modified its chemical composition, and tested it against the bacteria that cause MRSA. Writ... (read more)

24. Poll: Approval of Venezuelan Leader Drops as Crisis Bites
May 04, 2016

CARACAS— Just over one in four Venezuelans approves of President Nicolas Maduro's governance as a crippling economic crisis weighs on the leftist leader, according to a leading pollster. Venezuelans are suffering rampant shortages of products including bread and antibiotics, salary-destroying inflation, and increasingly frequent power and water cuts as the OPEC country's state-led model flounders. Maduro, whom the opposition is vying to remove from office this year, saw his rating drop to 26.8 percent in March from 33.1 percent in February, according to a Datanalisis poll seen... (read more)

25. Scientists Use Natural Immunity to Fight Infection Without Antibiotics
April 28, 2016

Antibiotic resistance has made infections hard to fight, even life-threatening in many cases. Scientists in Sweden, however, may have found an alternative to using antibiotics. In a mouse model, the scientists trained the body’s natural immune system, called innate immunity, to disarm and destroy a bacterium that causes a kidney infection, often in children. The innate immune system is the front line of the body's defenses, and it works in two different ways to fight infections. The first is what researchers call a "good antibacterial defense" that targets and k... (read more)

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