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Monday, June 29, 2015

GLOBAL WARNING: No One is Safe in a Post-Antibiotic World

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Antibiotics are one of modern day's greatest discoveries, but it's failing us. By our own hand, We have abused esta medical achievement by using it as a "fix-all", and it has Caused That antibiotic resistance issues spans across the globe. In fact, antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest Health Threats of the 21st century. Superbugs, Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus (VRE) and multidrug-resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MDR-TB) are Increasing THROUGHOUT the world and Have the capacity to cause health issues worldwide. , Moreover, no one wants to even walk into a hospital for fear of carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae, or CRE, That Have Been Reported at hospitals around the country.
Antibiotics are one of modern day's greatest discoveries, but it's failing us. By our own hand, We have abused esta medical achievement by using it as a "fix-all", and it has Caused That antibiotic resistance issues spans across the globe. In fact, antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest Health Threats of the 21st century. Superbugs, Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus (VRE) and multidrug-resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MDR-TB) are Increasing THROUGHOUT the world and Have the capacity to cause health issues worldwide. , Moreover, no one wants to even walk into a hospital for fear of carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae, or CRE, That Have Been Reported at hospitals around the country. - See more at: http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?depth=1&rurl=translate.google.com&sl=es&tl=en&u=http://www.thedailysheeple.com/no-one-is-safe-in-a-post-antibiotic-world_062015&usg=ALkJrhjLigxSuCoH6Ib8Z1RYb_1i1QQy3Q#sthash.nGK3Hcji.5r4Q5Ymy.dpuf

Staphylococcus Aureus
Staphylococcus Aureus
And what is even more serious, the main sources of infection of these powerful and fearsome germs, are the hospitals and health centers.
According to the CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, each year in the United States, at least two million people are infected with bacteria resistant to antibiotics and at least 23,000 people die each year as a direct result of these infections.
Last year, Keiji Fukuda, director general of Health Security World Health Organization (WHO) warned that: "Without urgent and coordinated action by all concerned, the world is heading towards a post-antibiotic era, in which common infections and minor injuries have been treatable for decades, they may kill again. "
Keiji Fukuda
Keiji Fukuda
In a recent article on the subject, Fukuda insisted once again on the issue, warning the world of the danger that hangs over humanity:
"Those who have been easily treatable for decades common infections could become deadly if the current growth of antimicrobial resistance continues. Globally this is really a big problem, "said Keiji Fukuda, assistant director-general for health security in the WHO." We're seeing reproduce the same patterns of resistance in all parts of the world. "
"In Europe alone, 25,000 people die every year from infections they used to be treatable with antibiotics," says Fukuda.
"Some Staphylococcus infections acquired in hospitals have become almost impossible to cure. The pathogens that cause malaria and tuberculosis are evolving to evade even the best treatments. "
Mycobacterium Tuberculosis
Mycobacterium Tuberculosis
What does this mean? As soon nobody will be safe.
The most important factor to consider is that when a germ develops drug resistance anywhere in the world, that ability quickly spreads to other areas and therefore, no one is safe.
The post-antibiotic era is here.
In fact, now he is living a silent epidemic in some parts of India, where an epidemic of antibiotic-resistant "superbugs" are killing babies in the country by tens of thousands:
"Five years ago, almost never saw such infections," says Dr. Neelam Kler, chairwoman of the department of neonatology at the Ram Hospital in New Delhi Sir Ganga, one of the most prestigious private hospitals in India.
Dra. Neelam Kler
Dra. Neelam Kler
"Now, nearly 100% percent to reach our Lowest Interest for treatment suffer multi-drug resistant infections. Really scary. "
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The researchers say the evidence is overwhelming, since a significant portion of the bacteria present in India, where water, sewage, animals, soil and even the mothers themselves, are immune to almost all antibiotics .
So this is not a senseless paranoia, or a set of exaggerated news that only seek to frighten, but that this is a real threat on a global scale.
This is the beginning of a new era. A disturbing scenario that indicates that modern medicine, with all its advances, it is becoming less effective against old threats.
This may mean that in the not too distant future, no longer would be able to treat cancer or diabetes, people die before, and there would be safe surgery or organ transplants. The cost of medical care also increase dramatically and deal with infections will be a serious and costly process.
And if that were not enough, you must also consider the fact that our food sources will also be affected.
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Most of the food we eat in the industrialized world: beef, chicken, fish and seafood, as well as certain food crops, routinely receive antibiotic treatments.
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These food sources without the use of antibiotics could become much more expensive and could cause exacerbated in animals; in addition, farmers have to change their parenting practices, which would imply higher spending would reduce their already meager profit margins.
Doctors are beginning to prepare for a time when the world no longer use antibiotics.
The situation has become so serious that representatives of 194 countries met at the annual meeting of the WHO in Geneva and have approved a new comprehensive plan to counter antimicrobial resistance. They are making plans for each country to have a monitoring system in 2017, to control drug resistance.
This system also represents a final attempt to reduce the misuse of antibiotics in medical environments and agriculture, and for investment in new drugs. Unfortunately, the use of new antibiotics even stronger could cause further damage to the body and may have the potential to attack more than harmful bacterial cells.
Given this possibility, scientists are also exploring the possibility of fighting fire with fire, using viruses to kill bacteria ... something which in itself causes a lot of concern.
"Specialized These viruses called bacteriophages infect bacteria. Once you take control of bacteria, bacteriophages use the internal machinery of bacteria to replicate itself, until the bacterial cell is full and then bursts like a balloon.
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Another promising alternative therapy that can take center stage in the post-antibiotics, or the use of cationic antimicrobial peptides.
Peptides are like mini-proteins, and these antimicrobials have the ability to disrupt the bacterial groups by disrupting communication between organisms to kill. The additional benefit of use, they can also stimulate our own immune systems to fight better to stop the infection. "
Hopefully the development of all these methods is really useful and beneficial.
They also sold the wonders of antibiotics and now we see the consequences of what seemed "infallible advanced treatments" ...
Now we begin to know the dangerous failure of certain GM products.
For example, at the time, biotech companies like Monsanto created a corn producing bacteriological toxins capable of eliminating the scourge of rootworm.
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Now, recent studies have shown that these trasngénico corn pests that should eliminate not only not disappear, but develop resistance to toxins and are becoming stronger, forcing increased use of pesticides and toxic chemicals for eliminate them.
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And this is a process that strongly recalls the development of antibiotic-resistant superbugs.
It is true that we must rely on science, but not blindly, since it is increasingly evident that the scientific world is perverted and subjected to the interests of the pharmaceutical, chemical and biotechnology majors, unlike science, not They have no interest in the common good.
WAR OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE
At another level, the arrival of the post-antibiotic era may also mark the beginning of a growing conflict between official medicine and pharmacology root natural or traditional medicines, those classified as "alternative medicine".
According to proponents of these alternative medicines, our bodies are well equipped to fight infections themselves, and yet, most of us no longer rely on natural ways to achieve this, especially in the Western world.
These alternative medicines basically seek to give our bodies a chance to fight infection before resorting to the use of antibiotics through proper nutrition.
To summarize, in many alternative means talking about the need to strengthen the resistance of the body through natural products and herbal antibiotic power, such as:
· Colloidal Silver
· Nigella Sativa
· Honey
· Canela
· Ginger
· Oil of Oregano
Tea tree oil
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· Echinacea
· Goldenseal
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Undoubtedly, many people believe that plants and natural products have no effect in treating major diseases and probably will be right with it.
But if one thing is certain it is that with an increasing number of infections, the use of antibiotics is not only ineffective, but further strengthens the power of germs, to the point that we can say that in the Currently, the use of antibiotics is almost suicide.
Literally we could say that we are playing Russian roulette with every pill and antibiotics we eat, add a new bullet to the drum, with the particularity that bullet impact to the head of each and every one of us.
So the next time you have a mild infection or a cold, try using some of these natural products ... not just your health that's at stake: is now at stake the health of all mankind.



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