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Chronic Sinusitis May Be Caused By Fungus

Chronic Sinusitis May Be Caused By Fungus

| February 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

If you have chronic sinus problems, snoring, seasonal allergies, nasal polyps or chronic sinus headaches, it’s most likely due to the overgrowth of fungi in your nasal cavities. ENT surgeons at the Mayo Clinic published these findings back in 1999! Still, most doctors continue to prescribe antibiotics, allergy drugs and do surgery to treat these […]

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Why Antibiotics Don’t Help the Flu

Why Antibiotics Don’t Help the Flu

| January 7, 2018 | 0 Comments

Antibiotics won’t help because sinus issues, coughs, colds, flu and upper respiratory congestion are usually not caused by bacteria. These conditions are caused mostly by fungi and/or viruses. Antibiotics are counterproductive at best. At worst, they increase your risk for antibiotic resistant bacteria, asthma and a host of other problems, including breast cancer (easy to […]

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