A family of "nightmare" superbugs â untreatable and often deadly â is spreading through hospitals across the USA, and doctors fear that it may soon be too late to stop them, senior health officials said Tuesday.
"These are nightmare bacteria that present a triple threat," said Thomas Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "They're resistant to nearly all antibiotics. They have high mortality rates, killing half of people with serious infections. And they can spread their resistance to other bacteria."...
Jim, ha-ha...what the heck is a castor bean anyway? It's not you guys, either. JPW is at a much different level of natural living than I am. I simply stated that if we had the knowledge, nature could easily replace all of the current manmade chems made for healing, health benefits, etc. For the record, I think there is a whole lot of bunk within the naturopathy industry. Swallow three caraway seeds,Â mixÂ a pinch of powdered possum tail with a glass of water, and dab lavander oil behind your left ear to get rid of a migraine. I ain't that kooky.
God also gave doctors and scientist wisdom to create medicine, remember there were pharmacist back in Biblical days and Luke was a doctor. Back in the old wash your hands days people lived to be 40-50, now we are living despite all the chemicals we consume to be 70-80. Not against all natural just saying modern medicine is a blessing also.
mean mean face, Jim. cheer up, some people take in a natural food and get healthy and even heal a staph infection.
In fact, people are (hush and whisper this) healing themselves of sicknesses at home with natural remedies. I've seen many do a few things and turn their health around.
like a friend who healed "restless leg syndrome" ("its a syndrome" bla bla bla)... with..... (shh) magnesium.
Your heavenly Father gave you the plants and animals of the field! and some people even put herbs in their spaghetti sauce, or in their chewing gum and enjoy it very much! Spearmint gum. Oregano and Thyme. yum.
Yes, people were telling the docs to wash their hands back in the 1800s (back when they believed in spontaneous generation) -- and refused to wash their hands!! It took awhile to figure it out.
obviously, CDC self-admitted does not have the answers to this. which is fine, others have sought answers and have found them. it is ok if the answers come from other ways, is it not a reason to be glad?
one might ask how taking in antibiotics, which destroy gut flora, may also exsaberate things. no gut flora = no digestion = hormone disruption = no immune system. one might ask the question, if I destroy all living organisms in me, can I then live?
I believe that God provided everything we could possibly need to heal or treat maladies within nature. Plants, tree saps, roots, etc, etc. I believe it's all there and jungle natives probably know how to use most of it. As for this super bug, I was listening to the report last night. Not only is the self contained bug dangerous, but it attaches itself to other bugs and makes them resistant as well. A hospital spokesperson said that if the bug makes its way out of the hospitals, it will be catastrophic. Hospitals have set up 24/7 monitored cameras and have stationed residents to make certain that every person who enters and exits rooms washes their hands.
Jim Lincoln wrote: Yes, a lot of people die naturally from trying to treat diseases in a witch doctor's way, jpw. ...
God's oils, herbs, and healthy food are the way to be healed, the witch doctors are in the white gowns.
Psalms 51:7 - Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean: wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow.
Revelation 22:2 - In the midst of the street of it, and on either side of the river, was there the tree of life, which bare twelve manner of fruits, and yielded her fruit every month: and the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations.
1Â Timothy 5:23 - Drink no longer water, but use a little wine for thy stomach's sake and thine often infirmities.
Proverbs 27:27 - And thou shalt have goats' milk enough for thy food, for the food of thy household, and for the maintenance for thy maidens.