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  1. photo Knowing the Difference Between Bronchitis and <b>Pneumonia</b>Knowing the Difference Between Bronchitis and PneumoniaTreatment
    ), SARS (severe acute respiratory distress syndrome), herpesviruses, influenza, and adenoviruses. There are several types of pneumonia: – Bacterial organisms cause atypical pneumonias includingRead more
  2. photo <b>Pneumonia</b> vaccines being pushed on seniors with cancer despite manufacturer's warning of adverse reactionsPneumonia vaccines being pushed on seniors with cancer despite manufacturer's warning of adverse reactionsNews
    the most common bacterial lung infection in older people. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), everybody aged above 65 should get the pneumonia vaccine, especially high-risk seniors who haveRead more
  3. photo Here’s How <b>Pneumonia</b> Can Be Cured Within Few Hours in a Natural Way (VIDEO)Here’s How Pneumonia Can Be Cured Within Few Hours in a Natural Way (VIDEO)Treatment
    Although they start quite innocently, diseases like pneumonia and influenza are extremely serious, and can even cause death. The advice of the conventional medicine is to get vaccinatedRead more
  4. photo Nature's vaccines: Acquiring <b>pneumonia</b> bacteria before flu infection actually reduces impact of diseaseNature's vaccines: Acquiring pneumonia bacteria before flu infection actually reduces impact of diseaseNews
    pneumolysin, a virulence factor of the gram-positive bacteria Streptococcus pneumonia, might protect macrophages -- immune cells that initiate defenses -- in the alveoli of the lungs, thus providing protectionRead more
  5. photo 4 common respiratory conditions and their causes4 common respiratory conditions and their causesNews
    More than one in three Americans suffer from one of the four most common respiratory conditions. Respiratory problems can be caused by a number of factors, including viral and bacterial infectionsRead more
  6. photo 97 percent of raw chicken is contaminated, but health officials still aggressively target raw milk97 percent of raw chicken is contaminated, but health officials still aggressively target raw milkNews
    bloody diarrhea, pneumonia, vomiting, stomach cramps and blood and urinary tract infections, among other illnesses."We bought 316 chicken breasts from major national grocery chains, big-box storesRead more
  7. photo Deadly Legionella bacteria found on medical equipment at University of Washington Medical CenterDeadly Legionella bacteria found on medical equipment at University of Washington Medical CenterNews
    that it was responding by cleaning the devices and treating its water system with chlorine. Legionella bacteria is responsible for a form of pneumonia known as Legionnaire's disease. While most people who become infectedRead more
  8. photo Protein in breast milk fights antibiotic resistant 'superbugs'Protein in breast milk fights antibiotic resistant 'superbugs'News
    bacterial lines.Breast milk makes 'resistant' bacterial strains once again respond to traditional antibioticsPublished in the open-access journal PLoS One, the new study found that HAMLET lowered the doseRead more
  9. photo Willow herb extracts may be able to curb the rise of multi-drug resistant bacteriaWillow herb extracts may be able to curb the rise of multi-drug resistant bacteriaNews
    Although antibiotics have helped humanity prevent bacterial infections in the short-term, their overuse and misuse have spurred major health problems in the long-term. Many infections have evolvedRead more
  10. photo Homeopathic and herbal remedies for surviving bioterrorism attacks - A disaster plan for emergency preparednessHomeopathic and herbal remedies for surviving bioterrorism attacks - A disaster plan for emergency preparednessNews
    a homeopathic first aid book and learn to use it. One good examples is The Homeopathic Emergency Guide, by Thomas Kruzel.Anthrax Symptoms: Bacterial infection with flu-like symptoms followed by corrosiveRead more

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Bacterial pneumonia

Disease

Bacterial pneumonia is a type of pneumonia caused by bacterial infection.Streptococcus pneumoniae (J13) is the most common bacterial cause of pneumonia in all age groups except newborn infants. Streptococcus pneumoniae is a Gram-positive bacterium that often lives in the throat of people who do not have pneumonia.Other important Gram-positive causes of pneumonia are Staphylococcus aureus...More