Tag Archives: bacteria
In our newest book – currently in the works – antibiotic resistance is one of today’s major challenges, for which we propose an answer. In medicine, the current standard of care involves testing to identify the organism, and then … Continue reading
Why Should You Eat Soft Cheeses? You have a variety of bacteria in your gastrointestinal tract – a perfectly normal situation.
Mothers – and expectant mothers – often look to our office for answers to their basic health-related questions. One frequently asked question has to do with this:
In the 1870’s Joseph Lister gave us the first practical way of killing bacteria, by recognizing the antibacterial activity of carboxylic acid. Following that discovery, many more people began recovering from amputations and other common surgeries that before carried a … Continue reading