Why The CDC’s Statement is so Ridiculous

April 16, 2016

CDC has determined antibiotics and vaccines as the two amazing medical discoveries of the 20th century. I, personally, think that CDC’s statement was very ridiculous.Why the CDC statement is so ridiculousDo you know about Stevens-Johnson syndrome, or SJS? It is a syndrome in which people seem to be burned out from the inside to the outside. SJS is one of the cases caused by antibiotic use. Dr. Joshua Zeichner, a senior physician at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan explains that this syndrome is caused by the compromise of the skin’s barrier function.

Avoid the danger of antibiotic

Health experts know that most antibiotic products interfere with the immune system and the digestive system. Most of these products quell probiotic bacteria needed by human body. Basically, pharmaceutical antibiotics kill all bacteria without distinguishing bad bacteria and good bacteria.

Neurological damage

Dr. Shamik Bhattacharyya of Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA, has conducted a retrospective investigation of many patients. Dr. Bhattacharyya found that pharmaceutical antibiotics have a negative association with neurological conditions.

The study was conducted on 391 patients in a span of 70 years who had been taking antibiotics. Most of them have hallucinations and some others do not have full control over their movements. One surprise was that half of them had an abnormal EEG (electroencephalogram).

According to the doctor, antibiotics disrupt the normal signaling in the brain.

What should we watch

Fluoroquinolone antibiotics are what you should look out for. You can find them when you need antibiotics to treat infections. Each antibiotic pharmaceutical product containing “flox” is a member of the fluoroquinolone antibiotics family.

The family is often associated with neurological disorders, long-term paralysis, and even the torn tendon. Some examples of fluoroquinolone antibiotics are Cipro, Tequin, Levaquin, Floxin, Penetrex, and Zagam.

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