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And lets just keep loading up farm animals with anti-biotics. We won't be happy until we have rendered all anti-biotics completely useless. Then watch the fun.
1 posted on 02/27/2013 7:56:48 AM PST by chessplayer
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To: chessplayer

Is it true that by using anti bacterial soaps we are doing ourselves to be less resistant to infections?


2 posted on 02/27/2013 8:10:32 AM PST by diamond6 (Need scientific proof of God? Check out: http://www.magisreasonfaith.org/)
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To: chessplayer

Is it true that by using anti bacterial soaps we are making ourselves less resistant to infections?


3 posted on 02/27/2013 8:11:14 AM PST by diamond6 (Need scientific proof of God? Check out: http://www.magisreasonfaith.org/)
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To: chessplayer

Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE)

CRE, which stands for carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae, are a family of germs that are difficult to treat because they have high levels of resistance to antibiotics. Klebsiella species and Escherichia coli (E. coli) are examples of Enterobacteriaceae, a normal part of the human gut bacteria, that can become carbapenem-resistant.

Healthy people usually do not get CRE infections. In healthcare settings, CRE infections most commonly occur among patients who are receiving treatment for other conditions. Patients whose care requires devices like ventilators (breathing machines), urinary (bladder) catheters, or intravenous (vein) catheters, and patients who are taking long courses of certain antibiotics are most at risk for CRE infections.

Some CRE bacteria have become resistant to most available antibiotics. Infections with these germs are very difficult to treat, and can be deadly—one report cites they can contribute to death in 40% of patients who become infected.

http://www.cdc.gov/HAI/organisms/cre/index.html

eColi: Oh Sh*t!


5 posted on 02/27/2013 8:15:18 AM PST by Uncle Miltie (Due Process 2013: "Burn the M*****-F***er Down!")
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To: chessplayer

Actually, this “rare, superbug” sounds like certain Democrats


7 posted on 02/27/2013 8:28:29 AM PST by goodnesswins (R.I.P. Doherty, Smith, Stevens, Woods.)
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Yeah and keep letting millions of illegal with all kinds of infections come across the border,go to school with are kids and spread all these wonderful germs


8 posted on 02/27/2013 8:36:35 AM PST by ballplayer
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To: neverdem

Ping


12 posted on 02/27/2013 10:11:15 AM PST by raybbr (People who still support Obama are either a Marxist or a moron.)
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To: chessplayer

There is a ‘natural’ anti-bacterial, anti-viral treatment that likely would work therapeutically on this CRE resistant stuff. It was used successfully 75 or 80 years ago by a couple of medical doctors in treating diphtheria (bacterial) and polio (viral). They achieved major successes in treating polio, but official medicine did not want to know. Had this been used on a wide scale, many would have been saved from the agonies of the iron lung and paralysis. What did they use? Magnesium chloride solution, administered internally in therapeutic doses.

Read details here...
http://www.arthritistrust.org/Articles/Magnesium%20Chloride%20Hexahydrate%20Therapy.pdf

http://www.mgwater.com/rod05.shtml

http://www.liferesearchuniversal.com/magnesiumchloride.html

We have seen the successful use of Magnesium Chloride in therapeutically treating MRSA, and we believe it would also be successful in treating C. diff (Clostridium difficile)


13 posted on 02/27/2013 10:27:51 AM PST by GGpaX4DumpedTea (I am a Tea Party descendant...steeped in the Constitutional Republic given to us by the Founders.)
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Today’s fad of extreme sexual perversion does not help. It will clean itself out because we have the freedom of choice in life, but not the freedom of avoiding consequences.

This politically correct fad of institutionalized perversion is a threat to public health. We are going to pay.

Sure glad all Jan the man’s perverts are groping everyone at the airports. That is gonna help.


14 posted on 02/27/2013 1:44:30 PM PST by SaraJohnson
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