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Yeast/Fungal Infections

Candida albicans lives in the digestive system of most human beings. In some, it becomes overgrown and causes a number of health problems. This group delves into the topics surrounding the science, difficulties, and coping mechanisms for living with Candida overgrowth.

MRSA, that flesh-eating bacteria

MRSA. Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus. That s a mouthful. I had never heard of MRSA fully until my husband told me about the time he had… Read More ▶

Getting to the Bottom of Chronic Candida: Safe and Natural Treatment

Chronic candida has been clinically defined for a long time, but a variety of factors have caused an explosion of this debilitating chronic ailment. Read More ▶

Genital Candidiasis and a Urinary Tract Infection: How Can You Tell the Difference?

While caused by very different things, these two infections can be easily confused. Following are explanations of each malady as well as key ways to… Read More ▶

Myth or Fact: Does Cranberry Juice Treat Urinary Tract Infections

Have you ever wondered why so many people say to drink cranberry juice if you have a UTI? This blog explains whether this is a… Read More ▶

Urinary Tract Infections--causes, symptoms and risk factors

A urinary tract infection can be fairly uncomfortable, not to mention painful. This infection occurs in the urinary system, specifically the bladder and urethra. Find… Read More ▶

Refined Sugar and Candida Yeast

Candida lives in the body, but when the levels in the body are off, Candida tends to thrive and cause an infection. Read More ▶

Candida Yeast Infection: What Is It?

A yeast infection is a form of a pathogenic fungus that can be found on any mucus membrane, such as your mouth, skin, and even… Read More ▶

Oral Candida Yeast: Thrush FAQs

To help you better understand oral Candida yeast, or thrush, here are some FAQs and their answers. Read More ▶

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