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Why You Should Be Concerned About Antibiotic Resistance

The first antibiotic, penicillin, was discovered in 1928 by Sir Alexander Fleming. At the time, this was considered a miracle drug because it cured infections that people would frequently die from. Before this, many bacterial infections were a death sentence.  It didn’t take long until penicillin-resistant strains of bacterial infections became common, and researches had…

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September – Supplements for UTIs Are Finally Being Taken Seriously

Recent press coverage surrounding rising worldwide antibiotic resistance have raised alarm bells for women’s health in the United States. Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are the most common bacterial infection worldwide and antibiotics are failing in their war against E. coli, the bacteria most often contributing to these infections. The facts are staggering. More than 1…

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August – Alzheimer’s or UTI Onset?

The elderly are the most vulnerable to frequent urinary tract infections (UTIs), and because they often do not exhibit the typical symptoms (burning, urinary frequency, etc.) In fact, their UTI symptoms are often mistaken for the onset of Alzheimers Disease. Find out how to spot the difference in your loved on or patient and help…

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July – The Consequences of the UTI Stigma

Women are too embarrassed to talk about it, and doctors won’t tell you the truth about it either.  Read our point of view about the serious consequences of not talking about UTI’s.

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