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WHO: These 12 Bacteria Pose Greatest Risk to Human Health

Conventional wisdom is that hospitals are where lives are saved but statistics have laid this myth to rest. As a result, people are beginning to get their facts straight and realize that they are one of the most DANGEROUS places in the world. One of the primary threats is hospital acquired infections. Antibiotic resistant bacteria pose a grave danger to anyone who frequents hospitals. 

CNN reports that the World Health Organization has released a list of twelve priority bacteria posing a grave threat to human health. The inevitable allopathic response will focus on expensive drugs and new antibiotics. In other words, they will attempt to solve the problem with an approach that has already been proven ineffectual and which largely created the problem in the first place.
The battle against these “superbugs” has been ongoing and intense. There is quite a bit of overlap between the WHO list of superbugs and an existing list released by the CDC. In 2013, the CDC reported that we are fighting no less than 18 different superbugs, and they are “urgent, serious and concerning threats” to humankind. 

Currently, hospitals are the most common source of this superbug infections, which are lethal in about 9 percent of all cases. In the U.S., more than 2 million people are affected by hospital-acquired infections every year, and 100,000 people die as a result.

With the spread of superbugs, an optimized immune system is now more important than ever. A great starting point is to optimize your gut biome with fermented foods from your diet and a high-quality probiotic if necessary. Another natural option is oregano oil. Oregano oil has wide-reaching health benefits, but is most associated with respiratory and immune system health. It is known for helping prevent and treat infections. 
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