What Happens When Antibiotics Stop Working?

From Prophecy News Watch.Com Since Scottish scientist Alexander Fleming discovered Penicillin in 1928, antibiotics have been the gold standard in the treatment of bacterial infections. Alarmingly and increasingly, antibiotics which have saved countless millions of lives are losing their power to fight infections. “A new report by the World Health Organization, WHO, reveals that this serious threat (antibiotic resistance) is no longer Continue Reading

Continually Healed

Mark 5:34 And He said to her, Daughter, your faith [that is, your trust and confidence in Me, springing from faith in God] has restored you to health. Go in [to] peace, and be continually healed from your [distressing bodily] disease. The woman had an issue for twelve hears, and on the ground of the report that she had heard concerning Jesus, she perceived that if she could touch His garments she would be restored to health. Her faith Continue Reading

Prions, Superbugs and the Beasts of the Earth

From KHouse.Org Sandra Tucker Kennedy of Kennebunk, Maine developed a cough with vertigo in November, and by Christmas she was in the hospital with the same symptoms as a stroke patient. She was sent home in January, where she continued to deteriorate and on March 3, this 38-year-old mother of four died from Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD). Like Mad Cow Disease, CJD is caused by a prion, an infectious protein that wreaks havoc on the Continue Reading

Unsettled science: New study questions link between heart disease and saturated fat

From American Thinker.Com March 20, 2014 Thomas Lifson In my lifetime I have seen dietary advice supposedly based on “science” go through multiple iterations, so much so that I have little trust in any of it. Eggs, coffee, and other delights were demonized, only for subsequent studies to say, in effect, never mind. But one constant has been the advice to avoid saturated fats. Now that is under question, too. Anahad O'Connor Continue Reading

A Valintine’s Day Gift

From KHouse.Org It’s Valentine’s Season again, and romance is throbbing the air. A selection of males may admit to cringing at the chocolate-and-flowers or dinner requirements they are forced to perform each year. A selection of women may grumble at the neglect they face from those who fail to go through the motions. Cynics may declare their freedom from romantic relationships. And yet, a multitude of sweet little babies will arrive on the Continue Reading

A Floral Blessing

From KHouse.Org January is culturally a time for detoxing, cleaning out our insides and starting the year fresh and new. More important than getting the bad stuff out, however, might be making sure there’s enough good stuff inside our bodies, not just in the form of nutrients and important minerals, but in the form of the beneficial bacteria. While believers in good bacteria consume large quantities of yogurt in order to build Continue Reading

The War on Vitamins

From American Thinker.Com December 27, 2013 Thomas Lifson Hundreds of millions of people around the world (including me) take daily doses of vitamins because we find that they help our energy, our immune system, our cognition, and other benefits we perceive. But for reasons about which I can only speculate, this angers others, who want to prevent us from doing so. The European Union, whose nanny state tendencies are the world's Continue Reading

The Bird Flu and The Beasts of The Earth

From KHouse.Org The H7N9 version of the avian flu has been confirmed in Hong Kong and public health officials have gone into high gear to prevent an outbreak. Half a million people cross the border between southern China and Hong Kong every day, and Hong Kong officials do careful monitoring at the border to protect the country from dangerous diseases. A 36-year-old woman was hospitalized November 27th after having had contact with Continue Reading

New study from China helps to prove the Abortion-Breast Cancer Link

From American Thinker.Com December 2, 2013 By Mary L. Davenport, MD In the US we are used to abortion advocates claiming that the risk of elective abortion is relatively trivial, and major medical organizations denying any link between abortion and breast cancer. Now a powerful new study from China published last week by Yubei Huang and colleagues suggests otherwise.  The article, a meta-analysis pooling 36 studies from 14 Continue Reading

Superbugs Could Erase A Century Of Medical Advances, Experts Warn

From Times of Inida.IndiaTimes.Com Drug-resistant "superbugs" represent one of the gravest threats in the history of medicine, leading experts have warned. Routine operations could become deadly "in the very near future" as bacteria evolve to resist the drugs we use to combat them. This process could erase a century of medical advances, say government doctors in a special editorial in The Lancet health journal. Although the Continue Reading