Experts Warn Antibiotics Send Thousands of People To the ER

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( — February 22, 2021) Orlando, FL — Infection drugs like antibiotics are widely used nowadays. It is worth noting that although they are helpful, their use is also associated with side effects.

A study was published in the 2008 issue of Clinical Infectious Diseases. 

In this research, it has been found that antibiotics adverse effects produce an estimated 142,000 visits to the emergency department in the U.S. 

According to study author Daniel Budnitz, M.D., at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), this number is an important reminder for physicians and patients that antibiotics can have serious side effects and should only be taken when necessary.

It is important to note that before this study was carried out, there was absence of detailed data on the burden and scope of antibiotic adverse events in the United States. Further, this research is the first to utilize timely, nationally representative surveillance data in estimating and comparing rates of adverse events produced by systemic antibiotics.

In this study, it has been found penicillins accounted for half of the E.R. visits. The other half were due to antibiotics often used in the treatment of a wide variety of bacterial infections.

It is also worth mentioning that nearly 80 percent of all adverse events linked with antibiotics were allergic reactions, ranging from rash to anaphylaxis. 

More and more research studies are still being carried out to learn about the impacts of antibiotics to human health. However, one thing remains certain and this is that its misuse or overuse may lead in undesirable health consequences. 

One of the major reasons why antibiotic use is widespread is the increasing rates of urinary tract infections (UTIs). This infection is often caused by the E.coli bacteria, which can make their way to the urinary tract.

The good news is that there are many all-natural ways to ward off the infection, and these include using all-natural remedies like D-mannose. This sugar is highly therapeutic and is a popular subject of research due to its remarkable health benefits. 

According to scientists, D-mannose works by binding with E.coli that are thought to be responsible for around 90 percent of all UTI cases.

Divine Bounty D-mannose may be an excellent choice for individuals who want to benefit from the UTI-fighting benefits of this remedy. Aside from being highly potent, it is also pure and free from nasty ingredients.

It continues to receive more and more positive reviews from consumers, and is even loaded with the therapeutic benefits of its added ingredients namely dandelion and cranberry extracts (

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