Antibiotics are medications that fight bacterial infections. Learn more about their side effects, uses, and how they work.
Antibiotics are used to treat bacterial infections, such as UTIs or STIs. Learn when and how to safely take antibiotics to clear up an infection.
Antibiotic resistance is when bacteria cannot be killed by medication, leading to hard-to-treat infections. Learn ways to prevent this from occurring.
Review the latest antibiotic prescribing guidelines for common childhood infections, including ear infections, sinusitis, sore throats, and more.
Most upper respiratory infections clear on their own without antibiotics. In some cases, however, antibiotics are needed for lingering infections.
From diarrhea to life-threatening allergic reactions, it is important to understand the side effects of your child's antibiotics.
The U.S. federal government unveiled its plan to combat antibiotic-resistant infections and antibiotic resistance overall.
Taking antibiotics for an infection might cause antibiotic-associated diarrhea, a common condition that is easily treated.
Antibiotics are often used to prevent a tooth infection from spreading. Learn more about antibiotics for tooth infections and how fast they work.
Learn about the misbelief that antibiotics will treat all upper respiratory infections and how that could lead to antibiotic resistance or superbugs.
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