• Antibiotics are only effective against bacteria, they cannot be used to treat viral infections.
  • Antibiotics are not effective against fever. But when they used properly, they eliminate the source of infectious disease. This leads a reduction in fever.
  • Colds and flu are mostly self-curable diseases. Use of antibiotics is not necessary.
  • Antibiotics cannot help you get over your flu and colds.
  • Antibiotics do not relieve pain, runny nose or coughs.
  • Antibiotics do not prevent the transition of flu and colds to others.
  • If antibiotics are not used according to physicians’ recommendations, inappropriate use of antibiotics can rapidly lead a resistance.
  • When there’s resistance to a certain antibiotic, this antibiotic cannot be used to treat that kind of infection.
  • Each antibiotic cannot be used to treat every infection.


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