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— Pam Bartha (Founder of Live Disease Free who has been Multiple Sclerosis Free Since 1989!)

Chief Medical Officer Studying Glyphosate Put On Leave

In December of last year, CBC news reported that Dr. Elish Cleary, the Chief Medical Officer of Health of New Brunswick, Canada, was forced to go on leave in the middle of her study of glyphosate, a controversial yet commonly used herbicide that is found in Round-Up and many other weed-killers. Dr. Cleary claimed that this

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The End Of The Antibiotic Era?

Our dangerous over-use of antibiotics continues to gather attention in health news, and with good reason. Antibiotics bombard our bodies on a regular basis: via prescription for treating both serious and naturally resolvable infections, through the consumption of  antibiotic treated poultry, fish, meat (and subsequent dairy products) as well as glyphosate sprayed produce (a very common herbicide and patented antibiotic). Health care professionals and

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Coconut Oil Helps Battle Candida Fungal Infections

Candida albicans is the most common cause of fungal infections worldwide. These fungi exist naturally on the skin and in the mucous membranes (of the mouth, gut, nasal cavities, vagina) and don’t cause much trouble if kept in proper balance with other microbes in these communities. However, after one or more courses of antibiotics, chemotherapy

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Garlic Battles Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria?

People have been enjoying the delicious yet pungent flavour of garlic for over 6000 years and during that time, countless many have come to learn of this little bulb’s amazing health benefits. You might have learned before that garlic is known for: Boosting the immune system by increasing the power of the body’s natural killer (NK) cells

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How to Avoid Super Bugs During a Hospital Stay

Superbugs, or antibiotic resistant organisms, are a hidden threat both in hospital settings and within the general community. For those who are ill and are in a healthcare facility, contracting a superbug can have debilitating effects. It can slow healing, worsen symptoms, create its own set of complications and even increase one’s risk of death. Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), Vancomycin-resistant Enterococci (VRE),

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