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  1. photo Pneumonia 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
    – and a great deal – for Merck and Pfizer that will be providing the vaccines. Pneumococcal disease is a broad term referring to a number of different infections ranging from a mild ear infection to deadlyRead more
  2. photo Nature's vaccines: Acquiring pneumonia bacteria before flu <b>infection</b> actually reduces impact of diseaseNature's vaccines: Acquiring pneumonia bacteria before flu infection actually reduces impact of diseaseNews
    by the bacteria."However, the mice that were exposed to the flu before a secondary pneumococcal infection exhibited worsened symptoms, becoming more ill than the mice that contracted the diseases in the reverseRead more
  3. photo Understanding a JAMA vaccine reportUnderstanding a JAMA vaccine reportNews
    later in life is even more rarely connected to vaccinations by MDs, parents, or those who've received multiple vaccinations."There were 117 deaths, and 34 cases of invasive pneumococcal infectionsRead more
  4. photo 5 Food Medicines That Could Quite Possibly Save Your Life5 Food Medicines That Could Quite Possibly Save Your LifeTreatment
    pathogens, including: Klebsiella Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus A. (MRSA) Parainfluenza Virus Peridontal Infection Pneumococcal Infections Dermatophytoses (topical fungal infection) HaemophilusRead more
  5. photo Outbreak in Pakistan among 71 percent of newborn babies attributed to antibiotic-resistant bacteriaOutbreak in Pakistan among 71 percent of newborn babies attributed to antibiotic-resistant bacteriaNews
    Pakistani health officials say that 71 percent of infections among newborns throughout the country are the result of antibiotic resistance, while in neighboring India, health officials estimateRead more
  6. photo Can A Toxic Metal Found in Vaccines Cause Heart Disease?Can A Toxic Metal Found in Vaccines Cause Heart Disease?News
    papillomavirus (HPV) and pneumococcal. Aluminum Stops Cellular CleaningLysosomes are organelles inside of most cells in the body. These are the garbage cans of the cell that digest proteins and other moleculesRead more
  7. photo Antibiotic resistance growing out of control, routine medical procedures now deadlyAntibiotic resistance growing out of control, routine medical procedures now deadlyNews
    those conditions becoming more difficult to treat are certain forms of tuberculosis, gonorrhea and pneumococcal infections (responsible for pneumonia). An epidemic of Shigella diarrhea killed more thanRead more
  8. photo Cashew: A disease-destroying, bacteria-blasting super nutCashew: A disease-destroying, bacteria-blasting super nutNews
    pathogens which cause acne, tooth decay, tuberculosis and leprosy, as well as pneumococcal infections like bronchitis, acute sinusitis, meningitis and pneumonia -- to name just a few. ApparentlyRead more
  9. photo Vaccination tyranny in a maternity ward: Your newborn gets the Hep-B shot or we take himVaccination tyranny in a maternity ward: Your newborn gets the Hep-B shot or we take himNews
    if it were an effective vaccine, it would be useless unless the mother is infected with hepatitis B, which is purportedly transmitted through injections with shared drug paraphernalia and/or promiscuousRead more
  10. photo Medical error kills hospital employee in Dallas, jury awards family $19.7MMedical error kills hospital employee in Dallas, jury awards family $19.7MNews
    to 6,000 people develop GBS in the U.S. each year The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports the condition may follow respiratory illness, a bacterial infection, the flu or in the daysRead more

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Pneumococcal infection

Disease

Pneumococcal infection refers to an infection caused by Streptococcus pneumoniae.S. pneumoniae is responsible for 15–50% of all episodes of community acquired pneumonia, 30–50% of all cases of acute otitis media and a significant proportion of bacteremia and bacterial meningitis.As estimated by WHO in 2005 it killed about 1.6 million children every year worldwide with 0.7–1 million of them...More