Natural Remedies — Infection and Antibiotics
It is everyone’s responsibility to avoid the risk of getting antibiotic-resistant infections. It is important to understand that antibiotics designed for bacterial infections are not useful for viral infections such as a cold, cough, or the flu. Below are some useful tips to remember: 1. Talk with your healthcare provider about antibiotic resistance: 1) Ask … Continue reading How to prevent antibiotic-resistant infections
Dr. Craig Meyers, Professor of microbiology and immunology at Penn State College of Medicine, and his research associate, made a big discovery – a simple and small virus can kill cancer cells in the laboratory. Dr. Meyers has spent the last 18 years at Penn State, most of it was studying human papillomavirus (HPV), the … Continue reading Penn State Professor identifies a virus that could kill cancer
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Bacteria, like all living creatures, need to survive. Although they are very small, they can learn how to survive. Antibiotic resistance occurs when bacteria change in some way that reduces or eliminates the effectiveness of drugs, chemicals, or other agents designed to cure or prevent infections. The bacteria survive and continue to multiply causing more … Continue reading How do bacteria become resistant to antibiotics