So What About the Flu?

The influenza pandemic of 1918-1919 killed somewhere between 20 and 40 million people, more than the total of those who died in World War I.  It has been called the most devastating epidemic in recorded world history. More people died of influenza in a single year...

Superbugs: Don’t Miss the Big Picture!

If you haven’t read the “Rogues Gallery of Superbugs” here on this blog, please take a look at it. It will help you make a lot more sense out of this post.  And keep in mind, the “Rogues Gallery” is only a partial listing of deadly Superbugs.  For...

Entering the Post-Antibiotic Era

The Post-Antibiotic Era: Emerging Deadly Superbugs “With more than 40 diseases in existence today that were unknown a generation ago, and about 1,100 epidemic events verified by the WHO [World Health Organization] in the past five years, it’s nearly impossible to keep...