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Resilient Germs that Rebound

Dec 20, 2007 - 0 comments
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People of all ages are getting sick and even dying from infections that were once easily cured with antibiotics.  Super germs, or antibiotic-resistant germs are clever microorganisms.  These resilient germs that rebound "morph", as it were, or change their cell wall to keep the antibiotic out or alter their own chemistry so that the antibiotic cannot kill them.  This super bug may even pump the antibiotic out as fast as it enters, or simply neutralize the antimicrobial, rendering it useless.  Viruses, fungi, and other tiny parasites have become resistant to drugs used in medicine. Overuse of antibiotics in humans and animals, as well as in fruits and vegetables have also contributed to this global menace.   As the use of antibiotics has increased, resistant strains of bacteria have multiplied and spread. What can an individual do to protect himself or others?  www.uniqueopportunityfinders.com

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