What are antibiotics? Why are they both good and bad?

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What are antibiotics? Why are they both good and bad?

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Antibiotics attack living cells however they are able to target the differences between bacteria cells and human cells so they don’t directly harm humans and are effective at fighting infections caused by bacteria though not effective against viruses. There are three main types of antibiotics penicillins, macrolides and fluoroquinolones and each type attacks in a different way, but the over use of antibiotics is meaning that some bacteria are able to fight off the effects of some antibiotics https://youtu.be/04brjRdc02w

Anonymous 0 Comments

Antibiotics attack living cells however they are able to target the differences between bacteria cells and human cells so they don’t directly harm humans and are effective at fighting infections caused by bacteria though not effective against viruses. There are three main types of antibiotics penicillins, macrolides and fluoroquinolones and each type attacks in a different way, but the over use of antibiotics is meaning that some bacteria are able to fight off the effects of some antibiotics https://youtu.be/04brjRdc02w

Anonymous 0 Comments

They are good when used properly. If abused or not taken properly they can result in bacteria that are resistant or unaffected by antibiotics.

Anonymous 0 Comments

They are good when used properly. If abused or not taken properly they can result in bacteria that are resistant or unaffected by antibiotics.

Anonymous 0 Comments

Antibiotics are substances that attack bacteria, they just don’t differentiate whether it’s a desired species or not – they are good because they allow us to destroy harmful germs that cause diseases, but at the same time they will attack good bacteria that inhabits your body, like the Vitamin K producing bacteria

Anonymous 0 Comments

Antibiotics attack living cells however they are able to target the differences between bacteria cells and human cells so they don’t directly harm humans and are effective at fighting infections caused by bacteria though not effective against viruses. There are three main types of antibiotics penicillins, macrolides and fluoroquinolones and each type attacks in a different way, but the over use of antibiotics is meaning that some bacteria are able to fight off the effects of some antibiotics https://youtu.be/04brjRdc02w

Anonymous 0 Comments

Antibiotics are substances that attack bacteria, they just don’t differentiate whether it’s a desired species or not – they are good because they allow us to destroy harmful germs that cause diseases, but at the same time they will attack good bacteria that inhabits your body, like the Vitamin K producing bacteria

Anonymous 0 Comments

They are good when used properly. If abused or not taken properly they can result in bacteria that are resistant or unaffected by antibiotics.

Anonymous 0 Comments

Antibiotics are drugs that kill or inhibit the growth of bacteria. They’re good because they can help eradicate bacterial infections your immune system can’t. They’re bad because:

* Some of them have severe side effects.
* Many aren’t very precise in the bacteria they kill, and so they kill the good bacteria in your gut, potentially allowing bad bacteria to take over.
* If they’re used willy-nilly they can select for bacteria that can resist them.

Anonymous 0 Comments

Antibiotics are substances that attack bacteria, they just don’t differentiate whether it’s a desired species or not – they are good because they allow us to destroy harmful germs that cause diseases, but at the same time they will attack good bacteria that inhabits your body, like the Vitamin K producing bacteria