Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus is a virulent bacteria strain that can cause life threatening infections. More commonly, it starts causing active infections in the skin of the nose. Colonization The bacteria commonly live in nasal passages for years without showing any signs. In fact, most of the hospital workers are colonized with MRSA staph infection […]

  • Comments Off on Nose –The Hot Spot for MRSA Staph Infection

The connective tissues discovered beneath the pores and skin will develop fat which then push against the tissue inflicting the skin in these areas to turn into saggy or lumpy in addition to appear to have nods. This condition is referred to as cellulite. That is an unwanted look that can also be unsightly. There […]

  • Comments Off on How To Get Rid Of Cellulite On Thighs

Due to the streptococcus bacteria belonging to group A inflammation of throat, lymph nodes and tonsils occurs which is more formally called as the strep throat. Sneezing, running nose and cough are some of the mild symptoms that might occur before strep throat. During the flu seasons strep throat is found to more common. The […]

  • Comments Off on Strep Throat Incubation Period

I do not diet. In my mind I picture a smooth grey bar that goes on forever and it stays smooth and grey in my mind as long as I eat foods that are clean, whole, healthy and ‘approved’ by my inner nutrionist. When I eat something like pizza, or whiskey or cheetos or movie […]

  • Comments Off on How Many Diets Have You Been on in the Past 5 Years?

Background: On February 28, 2007 the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) published a meta-analysis that assessed the effect of β-carotene, vitamins A, E, C, and selenium (either alone or in some combination), on all-cause mortality.1 The meaning and relevance of all-cause mortality is unclear, even to the study authors. The study authors admit […]

  • Comments Off on Do you need an antioxidant supplement?

There is no indication that this particular outbreak is a result of “contaminated feed” and there is no evidence of organic feed being “safer” or less likely to be contaminated than conventional feed. I think I’ll just smuggle in a wild hen from a warm region and let it lay healthy, unadulterated, organic eggs in […]

  • Comments Off on Is there something rotten in your eggs? 5 things you should know about the egg recall

Whoa–what do you think? Is any of this surprising to you? I really don’t know how I feel about the implications of this study… :-/ But I think that there should be a distinction on what kind of activity…. And I want to know what churches they were looking at, because it’s obviously not representative […]

  • Comments Off on Is There a Link Between Obesity and… Going to Church?

Something is desperately wrong in America !  The pharmaceutical giants and internet vendors hawk their products with all sorts of promises.  Have you looked at the product labels ? The side effects and drug interactions are enough to make you sick… or seriously ill.  There is alot of junk available out there.  All for the […]

  • Comments Off on Ingrown Hair Treatments– & Problem Skin Solutions

In 1859 one mans view of the world changed everything.  Charles Darwin.  No design.  No purpose, Blind indifference.  Where did we come from?  We have to look at the incredible diversity and complexity in life.  What brought all of this into existence?  Was it simply chance and necessity with undirected natural forces?  Or is there […]

  • Comments Off on Intelligent Design Or Not!

There was a story posted 9 April 2009 on a tech site, about the American Stonehenge, the Georgia Guide stones. It didn’t seem to register with a lot of people what this meant, or that coincidentally it was published exactly one year prior to the BP disaster. We all waited for BP to fix the […]

  • Comments Off on How we lost our Hope: BP, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and some GA Guidestones