WHO Warning: Antibiotics Lose Power to Fight Minor Infections that can cause Worse Crisis than Aids


Sharing too many antibiotics can cause serious consequences just beyond our imagination; WHO
has warned the world that deaths from flu, diarrhea and cuts and grazes will be common as antibiotics are losing their power to fight minor infections. WHO says the problem arises due to the widely prescribed antibiotics as bacteria tend to evolve and create resistance. Antibiotics kill the bacteria but if the bacteria have not been killed by antibiotics then named as antibiotic resistant and bacteria aims at developing more even in the presence of antibiotics. It has been claimed that the consequences of dolling out too many antibiotics would be worse than Aids epidemic that is the reason of 25 million deaths all around the world. The findings of a latest research show that skin infections, gonorrhea and tuberculosis would be no longer treatable and doctors are now in search of alternatives to treat the minor infections. WHO urges the public to take the simple precautions like washing hands to prevent bacteria from dispersion in the first place.
WHO Warning: Antibiotics Lose Power to Fight Minor Infections that can cause Worse Crisis than Aids

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