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Discussion in 'News' started by Don Tips, Apr 15, 2019.
It's happening because people aren't drinking enough Jilly Juice
If you only would listen to Jilly, none of this would be happening. She tried to warn everyone, but everyone just laughed at her.... and so this is what you get.
Holy shit its like c.diff!!!
@Solution @.wil !!!
Yeah that's intense, most ppl who get fungal infections are screwed, that shit when it gets into the blood can turn into meningitis (brain infection) quick after.
Ooooooo have that's neat n terrible!!
Is that a dish of the lil deadly darling in the OP?
Name suggests it's related to the same fungi that cause thrush n yeast infections .
better move into a desert
Man, why’s this shit always have to happen in NY?
Oh no, it's there too
Candida as a genus is often naturally occurring on humans. It's ability to reproduce and penetrate into ppls bodies is a long standing mutation.
It's a neat lil species, not gonna lie. Usually it gets out if control when the good Flora naturally occurring in your body (like those found in ur mouth n other areas, especially for ladies in the vagene) are repressed or destroyed. That's why things like over use of antibiotics is a bad thing too, because broad spectrum antibiotics kill all bacteria, good and bad. This allows resistant bacteria and fungi like yeasts to take over.
Here's the catch 22 tho. So when someone has suspected blood poisoning from bacteria (sepsis) things can get bad, really really fast. It takes days to grow and culture to figure out exactly what that bacteria is, so while we wait, we usually give them a broad spectrum to try n keep the bacteria from killing them.
Broad spectrum save alot of lives, but once u know the species causing the infection, u gotta switch from shotgun effect to sniper. And in the mean time, probiotics to help re-establish the natural good bacteria. They kill the bads n the yeastiebeasties really well too.
Well if this thing runs it's course, The War on Climate Change was a real waste of time eh?
Nature likes balance. There are too many people on this planet. One way or another that will be corrected.
Did the man have HIV or undergo organ rejection therapy?
Nature doesn't think crap, stop with the Leon King bullshit
And demographic growth has already been slowing down for more than 50 years...in fact, if the tendency keeps, the problem is gonna be population replacement by 2100, not growth
Notice the sharp decline post-60s, almost free fall in the late 90s
Welp, looks like we'll have to take those Churchill Crocodiles out of retirement.
The world population is projected to face irreversible decline after 2050. Starting to feel like everything wants to kill us
If you have scientific evidence to prove that it definitively doesn't, I'd love to hear it.
I can't prove that it does, but things like this are fascinating.
I can't prove a negative, dumass
And the ant thing is cute, but not particularly "magic" (it only occurs when there's a very close coevolution between pathogen and host)
The universe is wonderfully elaborate, but that doesn't mean conscious, like at all
on the contrary
we're simply receiving proof positive that the front was never wide enough
everything is the enemy
But especially faggots.
Well I guess you dont have to worry about getting sick if you're dead.
nature is pissed at your lack of faith. you will be part of a mass die-off.
Point. Though I can't help feel a little smug and justified in not purchasing the extended warranties at Best Buy.
No body buys those
is this a super yeast infection? that can kill too if it gets into the bloodstream
It's a joke.
I think the issue is that it's resistant to our normal meds to treat it.
Flagyl is a fav for for most of that. I think its evolved to resist that n a few others .
Neat thing is it's a very newly discovered species.
I'm gonna practice the mediELE in ur ass, btch
Is this the part where we all die?
Nope, I just looked into this shit, it's just gonna kill all the boomers.
C. Auris was discovered in Japan. I'm surprised it's not anime that's killing off people this time. However, its resistance to antibiotics seems rather suspicious, as if it were genetically modified to be incurable. It spread around the largest cities in the US, and the news haven't reported it for more than a week since the deaths in Brooklyn earlier this month.
Hey @Radha the Buttwhisperer, I found this neat little article on C. Auris' only known predator. Could treatment based on it be possible?