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Dr. Leo Sir Rebello clearly explains how the Anti-Biotics (Anti Life) and the Vaccines have the only function to weaken and suppress the Human's Immune System, so to generate dependence from chemical drugs. On the other hand, the Pro-biotics (In Favor of Life) reinforce the immune system and keep the body health against any disease. So, why do the Big Pharma continue to push drugs and vaccines to the population with the support of governments? The Awakening of People is essential to reverse this deadly trend. knowledge is Power.
4 Jul 2021
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New method to take antibiotics. funny
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Doctors explain the shocking truth about antibiotics and the flu. Taken from the show "Antibiotic: Kill or Cure?" available on FirstScience.tv. Download legally in full from the related link.
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*******www.drjenniferwalden**** Austin plastic surgeon, Dr. Jennifer Walden, discusses the FDA's recent warning regarding popular antibiotics such as Cipro, Floxin, and Levaquin. These antibiotics may have caused tendonitis in elderly patients by breaking down the collagen which connects tendons to the bone.
26 Sep 2008
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Will we become defenseless against bacteria? Will bacteria always find a way to infect and even kill us? The emergence of antibiotic resistant strains of bacteria poses an enormous problem around the world. Scientists believe that the overuse of antibiotics is increasing the appearance of these pathogens. In the US, increasing casualties resulting from drug resistant staphylococcus infections received wide media attention. While antibiotics only work on bacterial infections, many patients and doctors regard antibiotics as a front-line form of treating any type of infection. Antibiotics are often prescribed because the specific pathogen that is causing an illness is often difficult to determine. In some cases they are used as a preventative measure. But is this the best defense? Are there ways to beat bacteria at their own game? On September 18, 2008 at the Koshland Science Museum in Washington, D.C., Dr. Stuart Levy, professor of Molecular Biology and Microbiology at Tufts University School of Medicine and Dr. Linda Tollefson, Assistant Commissioner for Science at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, discussed how to optimize antibiotic use and how to minimize the emergence of drug resistant pathogens. In part 1 of this 3 part video series, Dr. Levy discusses the basics of microbial pathogens, bacteria, and antibiotic resistance. And, Dr. Tollefson outlines the various types and classes of antibiotic drugs, approved uses, and current levels of effectiveness. Dr. Levy is Professor of Molecular Biology and Microbiology at Tufts University School of Medicine where he is the Director of the Center for Adaptation Genetics and Drug Resistance. He directs research on mechanisms of bacterial antibiotic resistance. Stuart Levy is also Staff Physician at the Tufts Medical Center and he also serves as the president of The International Alliance for the Prudent Use of Antibiotics. Dr. Tollefson is Assistant Commissioner for Science at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). She previously served as Deputy Director of the Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM), where she led CVM's efforts to implement a risk-based approach to address antimicrobial resistance, fulfilling a 2001 Congressional mandate, and was instrumental in the founding of the National Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System for Enteric Bacteria. Tollefson also served as Chief of Epidemiology in the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition where she successfully investigated numerous outbreaks of food borne disease and served as liaison to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Parts 2 and 3 will be published over the coming weeks.
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On September 18, 2008 at the Koshland Science Museum in Washington, D.C., Dr. Stuart Levy, professor of Molecular Biology and Microbiology at Tufts University School of Medicine and Dr. Linda Tollefson, Assistant Commissioner for Science at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, discussed how to optimize antibiotic use and how to minimize the emergence of drug resistant pathogens. In part 2 of this 3 part video series, Dr. Levy discusses how antibiotic resistance develops, the development practices drug companies employ when producing antimicrobials, and how this process may change in the future. Dr. Tollefson outlines how the FDA is encouraging the development of antibiotics in an industry that is mostly focussed on manufacturing drugs for chronic illnesses. Dr. Levy is Professor of Molecular Biology and Microbiology at Tufts University School of Medicine where he is the Director of the Center for Adaptation Genetics and Drug Resistance. He directs research on mechanisms of bacterial antibiotic resistance. Stuart Levy is also Staff Physician at the Tufts Medical Center and he also serves as the president of The International Alliance for the Prudent Use of Antibiotics. Dr. Tollefson is Assistant Commissioner for Science at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). She previously served as Deputy Director of the Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM), where she led CVM's efforts to implement a risk-based approach to address antimicrobial resistance, fulfilling a 2001 Congressional mandate, and was instrumental in the founding of the National Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System for Enteric Bacteria. Tollefson also served as Chief of Epidemiology in the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition where she successfully investigated numerous outbreaks of food borne disease and served as liaison to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Part 3 will be published next week. To view part one visit the MicrobeWorld Video archives at www.microbeworld****/look/MicrobeWorldVideo.aspx
28 Mar 2011
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In the final episode of this 3 part video series on how to optimize antibiotic use and how to minimize the emergence of drug resistant pathogens, Dr. Linda Tollefson, Assistant Commissioner for Science at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, goes in depth on the use of antimicrobial drugs in agriculture, their efficacy, and adverse human health consequences. Dr. Stuart Levy, professor of Molecular Biology and Microbiology at Tufts University School of Medicine, discusses policy, regulatory and funding issues around antibiotic resistance. Both Dr. Tollefson and Dr. Levy take a handful of questions from the audience. The series, "Antibiotics: Is a Strong Offense the Best Defense?" was filmed on September 18, 2008 at the Koshland Science Museum in Washington, D.C. Parts 1 and 2 can be found at www.microbeworld****.
8 Nov 2008
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Colloidal Silver has been called the worlds strongest and best Antibiotic with little to no side effects. This is a must for anyone into health and wellness. What does the FDA think?
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The Capabilities of Chaos and Complexity: David L. Abel - Null Hypothesis For Information Generation - 2009 To focus the scientific communities attention on its own tendencies toward overzealous metaphysical imagination bordering on wish-fulfillment, we propose the following readily falsifiable null hypothesis, and invite rigorous experimental attempts to falsify it: Physicodynamics cannot spontaneously traverse The Cybernetic Cut: physicodynamics alone cannot organize itself into formally functional systems requiring algorithmic optimization, computational halting, and circuit integration. *******www.mdpi****/1422-0067/10/1/247/pdf *******mdpi****/1422-0067/10/1/247/ag Testing the Biological Fitness of Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria - 2008 *******www.answersingenesis****/articles/aid/v2/n1/darwin-at-drugstore List Of Degraded Molecular Abilities Of Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria: *******www.trueorigin****/bacteria01.asp Mathematically Defining Functional Information In Molecular Biology - Kirk Durston - short video *******www.youtube****/watch?v=vUeCgTN7pOo William Dembski Is Interviewed By Casey Luskin About Conservation Of Information - Audio *******intelligentdesign.podomatic****/player/web/2009-10-15T13_14_01-07_00 Intelligent Design - The Anthropic Hypothesis *******lettherebelight-77.blogspot****/
9 Jan 2010
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Why stop using antibiotics? *******tiny.cc/e5t5h
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*******pearly-papules-removal.blogspot****/ Can Antibiotic Ointments Treat Pearly Penile Papules. Pearly penile papules is a condition with which many men have had to deal or live with. A great percentage of the male population is said to have been affected by those small bumps located on the head of the penis, thus it can be said that pearly penile papules is one of the skin condition with the greatest occurrence in males. How to Remove Pearly Penile Papules in the Privacy of Your Own Home! My little bumps are ruining my sex life. My doctor told me that they were harmless but are hurting me . How to Remove Pearly Penile Papules in the Privacy of Your Own Home!
12 Nov 2010
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*******bit.ly/GetYourFreeE-Report What antibiotics do I need to take for treating tonsil stones? Tonsils are useful as they perform several imperative immunological functions. They protect our body against some specific diseases. It is recommended not to remove them unless they pose serious problems. They may range from smaller sized stones to big ones. When they enlarge in size the person might find it difficult to breathe or swallow and then their removal would be suggested. Tonsil stones can cause due to repeated tonsillitis bouts or throat infections. The disease can recur even after once they are removed. Albeit, the antibiotics cannot offer a permanent relief but strep tonsillitis that are, more often than not, diagnosed in the laboratories respond effectively to short term intake of antibiotics like erythromycin or penicillin. Only a healthy lifestyle, daily exercising and accurate diet can prevent them from recurring. If you found this “inside information” is helpful, make sure to get my free E-Report, Top 20 cold hard facts you must know before getting rid of tonsil stones. It’s free and it contains 20 of my Answers to the Most top FAQs on tonsil stones and the proven best tips to get permanent relief from tonsil stones. Some of the questions I have answered in this E-Report is as under. no.1. What is the best way to get rid of tonsil stones? no.2. Can I Catch Tonsil Stones From Someone Else? no.3. Can tonsil stones cause chronic bad breath? no.4. Can you remove tonsil stones on your own? no.5. What are the best Home Remedies For Tonsil Stones? Readers are asking many questions, which we could not answer individually. In view of this and keeping in view the request of the readers, I have identified 20 FAQs, and an attempt is made to answer all such questions, and the result is this exclusive E-Report for you which is absolutely free. To Download free E-Report Top 20 cold hard facts you must know before getting rid of tonsil stones and other informative articles & Videos. Visit: *******bit.ly/GetYourFreeE-Report
23 Dec 2010
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*******thesinusinfectioncure.virtual35**** - home remedy for sinus infection - sinusitis antibiotics I Bet You’re Wondering… "Whats A Life-Altering Report Like This Is Worth?" Look at it this way… How much is it worth to have your life back? How much money and time have you spent on your sinus problems already? Wouldn’t it be great to wake up in the morning with a clear head…and and not even have to think about your sinus misery anymore? Imagine yourself living a healthy life…without antibiotics. Imagine never having to poison your body with those cold and allergy medicines again… home remedy for sinus infection - sinusitis antibiotics
28 Jul 2011
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*******treatmentsforsinusitis.virtual35**** - antibiotics for sinus infection - sinus infection contagious Here’s what you'll discover inside… The real cause of your sinus problems (acute & chronic) and how you can make just 5 simple changes to stop them from coming back How to clear your sinus congestion naturally and holistically. It’s not a treatment where you have to wait and sit for hours at the doctor’s waiting room 4 stimulation techniques to release your body's own natural pain killers… and to open up your nasal cavities antibiotics for sinus infection - sinus infection contagious
26 Jul 2011
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Acne throughout puberty is a situation that is expected, and <a href="*******www.acneantibiotics.info/?c=senuke0911">acne antibiotics</a> are must-have medicines that should always be at hand.
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At one point in our lives, we have experienced some sort of acne problems which to most, lasted until the teen years but to some it had prolonged to adulthood and at these times individuals use <a href="*******www.acneantibiotics.info/?c=senuke0911">acne antibiotics</a> to treat acne.
20 Sep 2011
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