Posted on 03-22-2013
The journal Nature in September 2011 had a very interesting topic on antibiotic resistance. When they were developed less than a century ago, scientists were surprised at how fast bacteria developed resistance to antibiotic drugs. Recently, researchers discovered antibiotic resistant genes in bacteria recovered from 30,000-year-old permafrost. This shows antibiotic resistance is a natural phenomenon predating the modern clinical antibiotic use.
The point is we need to learn to live with the bugs instead of trying to kill all of them. If the germ "theory" was really true the way its taught...there would be no one left to talk about it.
Think about it and have a blessed weekend.
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