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August 22, 2013

Common antibiotic associated with possible permanent nerve damage: Beware

Antibiotics are used frequently for a wide variety of medical conditions.

Ciproflaxin is a common antibiotic that has been associated with signficant complications: tendon rupture.

Salt has recently been added to this wound.


The FDA has recently added an additional warning to this class of antibiotics referred to as fluoroquinolones.

They are associated potentially permanent nerve damage.

Statin medications are another example of a commonly used medications that has signficant complications and also negatively impacts your stem cells. This has been previously discussed.

Here are 10 things to do to improve stem cell function.

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