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Focus on Antibiotics
November 2017 | Issue No. 158
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Parents need to know that using antibiotics when they are not the right medicine will not help and may even cause harm to children.

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By: Natasha
2017 Awareness Campaign

1117_GetSmartAntibioticsSmall2.jpgCalling All Moms and Dads: Antibiotics Aren't Always the Answer!

How Do Antibiotics Work?
Antibacterials aren't the answer for every infection your child gets. In fact there are 2 major types of germs that cause most infections, virus and bacteria, and antibacterials are useful only against bacteria. More here.
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