The American Medical Association published a study recently that reveals parents don’t demand unnecessary prescription antibiotics for their children as often as they used to. According to the study, doctors wrote 36 percent fewer prescriptions for antibiotics in the treatment of ear infections and other upper respiratory infections in 2006 than they did in 1995. The trend represents a welcome reversal of antibiotic prescription practices that medical researchers say have led to the emergence of virulent antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Therapeutic use of antibiotics in hospitals, as a prophylactic (preventative) measure for travelers, and as placebo are some of the other forms ... Read More
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