ANTIBIOTICS

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Antibiotics are prescription medications produced by or derived from certain fungi or plants that can destroy or inhibit the growth of other
microorganisms, called bacteria. Antibiotics are widely used to prevent and treat infectious diseases. Antibiotics are prescribed when your body has been inundated with several types of unwanted bacteria. The antibiotic chosen by your physician will nq^kill all bacteria living in your body, but will kill most of the unwanted bacteria, so that your body can fight off the rest. They give your immune system a helping hand in killing the bacteria that do not belong in your body

I believe that antibiotics are wonderful, effective medications that help our bodies fight infections. Antibiotics have saved millions of lives since they were first developed. Furthermore, they have made the lives of tens of millions more comfortable. In the pre-antibiotic era, it was common for people to die of sinus infections, bronchitis, and pneumonia. Today, through the proper use of antibiotics, these deaths are rare.

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