Residents of the Greek island of Ikaria have a surprisingly long lifespan. Far longer than the average, and longer even than that of their neighboring islands where most of the factors (weather, diet) would be virtually the same. Researcher Dan Buettner and others have spent years trying to analyze why.
I have heard from so many people that say anti-fungal creams do not work on their ringworm. (Ringworm is a fungus, by the way, not a real worm, so don’t worry about carrying worms under your skin if you get it!) So what do you use when the creams don’t work?
Most people say go to your doctor to get either oral medication or a prescription grade topical cream. That said, I’ve also come across some very interesting home remedies that I thought I would share, such as:
Thanks to one manufacturer's shoddy processing and quality control, 91 people have now contracted a dangerous form of fungal meningitis. Cases began being reported across the country early last week, and were soon linked to having received a spinal injection of methylprednisolone acetate which had been contaminated with a fungus.
A lot of research has been indicating that Alzheimer's may have dietary causes. The evidence seems to be mounting to reclassify Alzheimer's as a form of "type 3 diabetes," at least partly caused by eating too much sugar and possibly nitrates (as in processed food and prepared meats).