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- Antibiotics – 5 Reasons to Avoid Them – Yeast Infection, MRSA, Resistance, Diarrhea, and Allergy
- Human Nature and Why Socialism (and Socialized Medicine) Won’t Work
- Broken Bones, Dementia, and the End of the World – Introduction
- Asthma and COPD – Part II – OTC Medications – Update
- How to get your doctor to help you stockpile medicine – Update
- Medical Bartering, Part 2 – OTC Medications
- Medical Bartering, Part 1 of 5 – Introduction
- Fish Antibiotic Update 2015
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Fish Antibiotic Update 2016
As of 2016 most preppers are well aware of OTC “fish antibiotics” intended for aquarium use. If the concept is new to you, please search this site for earlier articles, including yearly updates.
In reviewing several fish antibiotic web sites, I see certain retailers continue to offer ketoconazole, which is not an antibiotic, but rather an antifungal. Ketoconazole is sold right along with common antibiotics such as penicillin, likely leading the uninformed reader to wrongly conclude that they are equally safe and effective for bacterial illnesses such as pneumonia and strep throat, which ketoconazole is not. Continue reading
Antibiotics – 5 Reasons to Avoid Them – Yeast Infection, MRSA, Resistance, Diarrhea, and Allergy
[Original publication date 2-24-11. Content and links checked and updated 5-21-16.] Have a cold? Take an antibiotic? Ear pain? Take an antibiotic. Acne? Take an antibiotic. That’s what people think anyway.
Posted in Acne, Acne, Antibiotics, Common cold, Earache, Medical archives, Perennial Favorites, Prescription Medications, Skin, Stockpiling medications, Yeast infection Tagged Antibacterial, Antibiotic, Antibiotic resistance, Bacteria, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Clostridium difficile, Drug resistance, Infection, Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus aureus Leave a comment
Doc Cindy on SurvivalBlog
Dr. Koelker is honored to serve as Medical Editor for SurvivalBlog To read her articles, click on any title below Essential Medical Skills to Acquire – Part 1: Introduction, by Cynthia J. Koelker, MD Essential Medical Skills to Acquire: Suturing, … Continue reading
Essential Medical Skills to Acquire: Introduction
The following article was originally published in SurvivalBlog.com. Click HERE to read this and other articles on SurvivalBlog by Doc Cindy. * * * If society collapses and you’re on your own, what medical skills seem the most essential? The … Continue reading
Human Use of Livestock Antibiotics
Today I wandered down to Ohio Amish country to check out the local feed store. They had quite a variety of antibiotics, a few of which you might consider procuring. The primary reason to use these would be to save … Continue reading
Are you prepared to prevent 99% of infections?
Image via Wikipedia Infections in human beings are caused by a frightening array of microorganisms. Bacteria, viruses, fungi, yeast, worms, amoeba, parasites, and prions invade the human body, spreading fear and misery throughout the world. In a very real sense, … Continue reading
Posted in Acne, Acute diseases, Bronchitis, Common cold, Diarrhea, Diseases, Ear infection, Eye infection, Laryngitis, Medical archives, Pink eye, Pleurisy, Pneumonia, Skin, Skin infection, Sore throat, STD, Stomach flu, Strep throat, Thrush, Urinary tract infection, Vomiting Tagged Bacteria, Foodborne illness, Infection, Infectious disease, Microorganism, Prevention, Rationing, Sexually transmitted disease 7 Comments
Abscessed Teeth – Where will they lead?
Earlier today I was thinking about my patients who refuse to visit a dentist, for whatever reason. Now and then they see or call me about a toothache, requesting an antibiotic until they can get to a dentist. Amoxicillin usually … Continue reading
Posted in Contributors, Dental, Dental antibiotics, Dental infection, Medical archives, Teeth, Tooth extraction, W Hampton - Tooth Doctor Tagged Abscess, Bacteria, Dentistry, Health, Infection, Pulp (tooth), Tooth 3 Comments