Fat Loss Factor Program - Charles Livingston
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Fat Loss Factor Program - Charles Livingston
Antibiotics which leads you to become fatty

Dr. Charles Livingston Author Of Fat Loss Factor Program (http://fatlossfactoreviewscam.com/)Said,Beyond this, more or less all the famous slogan, lies very serious warning about how excessive use of antibiotics call into question their effectiveness in combating the disease. On it should be recalled especially now when the upcoming winter months and frequent upper respiratory infections, which are usually caused by viruses.
And therefore cannot be treated with antibiotics, these precious drugs that should be left to the real needs. Why is compromised the effectiveness of antibiotics? Efficacy of antibiotics is compromised because the bacteria in the environment and in the human body developed resistance to these drugs, due to the excessive use of antibiotics.
The most commonly used to treat colds and flu, although this viral infection. Cough and sore throat symptoms are mostly viral infections and antibiotic can help in curing or alleviating the symptoms of antibiotics act on the bacteria and not the virus! Any fever does not mean you need an antibiotic.
The doctor knows if you need an antibiotic, and therefore do not use antibiotics without the advice of your doctor. As the resistance? Antibiotic resistance is one of the leading problems of modern medicine. It is therefore 18.studeni declared as the European Antibiotic Awareness Day, when all the countries of the European Union are organizing conferences and promotes public campaign on their rational use.
According to the data, in the European Union because of serious infections with bacteria resistant to antibiotics die each year about 25,000 people. It has been shown that excessive use of antibiotics causes resistance, or resistance of microorganisms to previously effective drug. If we do not act now, antimicrobial resistance in the future could jeopardize the treatment of many infectious diseases.
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