Sometimes, a person can develop a raging bacterial infection that can only be controlled with antibiotics. When this happens, it makes good sense to use them. Unfortunately, we live in an age in which antibiotics have been severely overused. Sometimes, they’re given “just in case,” even when there’s no evidence of an actual bacterial infection. […]
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