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Herbal antibiotics – Plant Synergies

Sometimes it seems as if doses of supposed active constituents are too low to have an effect, and in the absence of clinical proof this has led sceptics to dismiss these medicines as mere...

You can learn to use herbal medicines to heal yourself from disease. And you can learn what to do if you find that one day you need to know how to treat a resistant infection.

Herbal Antibiotics – The end of antibiotics?

[Once] the germ theory of contagion finally caught on, it did so with a vengeance. Different types of bacteria were implicated in anthrax, gonorrhea, typhoid, and leprosy. Microbes, once amusing little anomalies, became demonized…....

Enhancing the success of acne vulgaris therapy

Current concepts of acne therapy date to the mid-20th century with the introduction of broad-spectrum antibiotics, notably the tetracyclines, and estrogen, in the form of oral contraceptives. This was followed by enhanced topical therapy...

Pertussis – Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment and Ongoing care

Basics Highly contagious bacterial infection Description Exclusively human pathogen Seen worldwide Endemic in US with epidemic cycles High secondary attack rate in households Transmission: Respiratory droplets Synonym(s): Whooping cough Epidemiology Incidence Probably underreported; current...