A mom narrated a horrible incident she had with her only child some days ago. This has prompted me to take action. Who knows how many children’s lives would be saved by this…
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Antibiotics have saved many lives over the years. We are truly fortunate to have them available for serious bacterial infections. Unfortunately, antibiotics are excessively prescribed, especially to children.
Yes, it’s true. Antibiotics kill bacteria. The problem is that they not only kill off the bad guys, they kill off the good ones too.
Using antibiotics irrationally destroys the beneficial germs, which significantly increases the risk of our children developing long-term health problems.
It was one of those days when I asked myself some questions:
“Who send you message?” “Why didn’t you just follow commonsense and locate Elbeth in a more ‘toosh’and educated community?”
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Nasal decongestants are medicines that can help relieve a blocked nose. Nasal decongestants help relieve nasal congestion by narrowing (constricting) the blood vessels and reducing blood flow and swelling, allowing you to breathe more easily.
Continue reading “Medications for Catarrh and Nasal Congestion”
My alarm rings. I bolt out of bed. There’s much to do today. It’s World Hepatitis Day. I had already sent out bulk sms to my customers inviting them to Elbeth Community Pharma Plus for
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I took a good look at the laboratory report before me for the umpteenth time. What was I going to tell Mama Saka? That I don’t know the right antibiotic to use for her child’s skin infection?The bacteria was resistant to every antibiotic used for the test.
(Three days earlier, Saka had been brought to Elbeth with rashes all over his body. This rashes was so itchy that he scratched and scratched all day. According to her,
Continue reading “Antibiotics Resistance Even More Deadly Than Terrorism”