MORE PEOPLE IN THE UNITED STATES DYING FROM ANTIBIOTIC-RESISTANT INFECTIONS THAN PREVIOUSLY ESTIMATED | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

MORE PEOPLE IN THE UNITED STATES DYING FROM ANTIBIOTIC-RESISTANT INFECTIONS THAN PREVIOUSLY ESTIMATED

SOURCE: HS TODAY
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Wednesday released its updated Antibiotic Resistance Threats in the United States (AR Threats Report) indicating that antibiotic-resistant bacteria and fungi cause more than 2.8 million infections and 35,000 deaths in the United States each year. That means, on average, someone in the United States gets an antibiotic-resistant infection every 11 seconds and every 15 minutes someone dies. When Clostridioides difficile, a bacterium which is not typically resistant but can cause deadly diarrhea and is associated with antibiotic use, is added to these, the U.S. toll of all the threats in the report exceeds 3 million infections and 48,000 deaths.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Antibiotics tend to be used indiscriminately by far too many doctors, and that is the root cause of the problem.

If they knew anything about natural treatments which have proven efficacy in some documented cases, this wouldn't be happening.

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