Urgent and Serious Infectious Disease Epidemics in the U.S

Measles and unvaccinated children are demonized — as genuine life-threatening infectious disease are proliferating; millions of Americans are affected; these diseases cause tens of thousands of deaths.[1] Antibiotic Resistance Threats in the U.S. 2, 000,000 +          23,000 + Deaths[2] The Centers for . . . Continue reading →

Hospital Acquired Infections Pose Serious Harm to Patients

Few Americans realize that medical errors including adverse drug interactions constitute the third-leading cause of death in the U.S. Hospital-acquired infections are increasing rapidly; what’s more, they are becoming resistant to treatment with antibiotics. These infections pose a life-threatening risk, especially to . . . Continue reading →