Microbes: What They Do & How Antibiotics Change Them
Antibiotics and antibacterials can do more damage than good when they:
- kill good bacteria inside the human body
- destroy microbes that clean up pollution
- lead to antibiotic resistance in microorganisms
- make treatment of some diseases difficult when overused
Dr Maura Meade-Callahan PhD presents a summary article to explain further.
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