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13
Mar 2013
Antibiotic Resistance
These, once life-saving drugs are becoming ineffective against the most commonly found bacteria. This phenomenon has come about because of over-use, and inappropriate use to treat infections that the body can fight on its own. Antibiotics are useless against the common cold or cough which are usually caused by viruses. We all know about MRSA and C.Difficile, bacteria which cause such problems in hospitals. Ian Schlazer, pharmacist says " if you have a mild cough, cold or sore throat do not trouble your GP. Come to your pharmacist for symptom-relieving treatment and good advice, but most importantly, wash your hands frequently and dispose of paper tissues in a lined bin"
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