I wrote an article about the growing dangers of supper bugs, infections, diseases, that have become or have mutated to being anti-biotic resistant and that one of the major reasons for the development of these "super bugs" is the over use and miss use of antibiotics. MDs readily prescribe antibiotics, patients frequently ask for antibiotics and industrial farms regularly use them in their day to day operations. What does all of this do to your natural immunity? Many say that natural immunity is becoming rare. Modern pharmaceutical driven, medical interventions either don't work or work very, very poorly for the treatment of these "super bugs". Science doesn't seem to be up to the challenge in dealing with these "super bugs", because new effective pharmaceuticals don't seem to be available or possible and anti-biotic development may have peaked. Dying with a whimper may be the end product.
Could the Flu become one of those medical resistant super bugs? If you have received more than the average amount of antibiotics, could you possibly suffer serious complications from the flu? As the intake of antibiotics decreases, does the chance/incidence of suffering serious complications from the flu also decrease? Great questions and I think the answers are yes, but who am I, I just don't get the flu (others, also don't get the flu or injection). You may want to start thinking seriously about improving your natural immune system, now. Health, Greed, Power, (check it out) a road map out of the medical to health. Bob Brown