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Is organic food worth the extra cost?

A new Stanford study concludes that organic foods are no safer or healthier than conventionally grown foods. While the study did find lower contamination from antibiotic resistant bacteria and pesticide residues in organic foods, it considered the differences insignificant. The study also found that certain nutrient levels and health benefits were identical between organic and conventional food.
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World MRSA Day – MRSA prevention tips you should know

This year’s fourth annual World MRSA Day is on October 2. MRSA stands for methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus, and is a superbug bacterial infection that is resistant to most antibiotics. Even though MRSA infection rates are under-reported in the US, data shows more people die each year from serious MRSA infections than HIV/AID’s combined.
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Vitamin D deficiency and risk of infection

The shorter and cooler days of Fall mean less time spent outdoors in the sun. Spending more time indoors will certainly make you lose your tan. But there’s a much more important thing you risk losing that can leave you more prone to winter colds, flu, other infections and possibly even MRSA colonization.

One of the most crucial nutrients your body needs to fight and resist infections is vitamin D. This vitamin plays a big role in helping you avoid and recover from infections. Not only does vitamin D contain antibacterial properties, it also mediates infection-fighting responses in your body’s immune system.
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Fall squash recipe

With Fall on the doorstep, it’s a great time to sample the delicious seasonal foods that Autumn has to offer. Squash is one of my favorites because it’s easy to cook and lends itself to many different recipes and interpretations.

One of my favorite Fall recipes is veggie stuffed squash. This is a light and mild yet flavorful vegetable dish that’s easy to prepare and makes a delicious centerpiece to a warm autumn meal. This recipe is also packed with immune boosting foods and ingredients. The recipe below makes two servings.
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Chlorhexidine baths for MRSA decolonization – Get the facts

This is the first of a 2 part series on the use of Chlorhexidine as a skin wash and MRSA decolonization protocol.

In the news lately are more scientific studies confirming the level of resistance of MRSA and Staphylococcus aureus bacteria against the antiseptic skin cleanser called chlorhexidine gluconate, or CHG. Chlorhexidine gluconate washes are commonly prescribed to help prevent MRSA infections and help in skin decolonization for MRSA. CHG is normally well tolerated, but it does have some important precautions you should know about, including some occasion serious side effects.
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The little known dangers of Fluoroquinolone antibiotics

You probably know that fluoride is used in toothpaste and in drinking water. Some commonly prescribed antibiotics and many well-known drugs also contain fluoride, in a slightly different form. The widespread use of fluoride has come under greater scrutiny by the FDA and many doctors lately – and for good reason. Dangerous reactions have been reported in people who have used fluoride-containing antibiotics and other drugs.
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MRSA Infections now exceeding AIDs and Influenza combined

A new study performed by the University of Chicago is showing MRSA skin infections rates are increasing. This new study published in the August 2012 Journal of Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology is showing that the number of hospital admissions for MRSA infections doubled in academic medical centers over a recent 5 year period. It revealed that in 2003 the hospitalization rate for MRSA was 21 per 1000 people, while in 2008, it rose to 42 per 1000 people.
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Medical Disclaimer: Michelle Moore is not a doctor or healthcare practitioner, but she is someone who overcame many health obstacles that traditional medicine could not solve. This information is based upon Michelle Moore’s scientific research, education and personal experience and it is for educational purposes only. Information in this web site has not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

This information is not intended as medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician with any questions you may have regarding any medical condition. When choosing a healthcare provider do your own research to ensure they are right for you.

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