Germs – Myth vs. Reality

Do bacteria and viruses cause diseases or is something else happening in our bodies when we get sick? Watch our newest video, where we explore the fascinating world of germs. We look at the scientific evidence for the theory that viruses and bacteria cause diseases and explore alternative scientific theories to...

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‘Incurable’ & drug-resistant: Deadly superbug colonizing hospitals across globe

Doctors are warning of a potentially fatal and “formidable” pathogen which has spread to hospitals across the globe and is resistant to all known antibiotics. A team of researchers from the University of Melbourne in Australia discovered three multidrug-resistant strains of Staphylococcus epidermidis which emerged in recent decades and...

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“Infection” is an “In-fiction”?

Infection means etymologically: “contaminated condition, poisoning" and from Late Latin language “infectionem, inficere” which defines "contamination, poisoning by air or water". It becomes difficult to support the medical dogma that bacteria are our health killers and therefore we need “antibiotics” (anti-bios meaning against life) and vaccines (vaccine coming from Latin...

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