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Skip to 0 minutes and 11 seconds To wash your hands. Drink medications only when prescribed. Those basic things can make a huge difference. Please don’t ask your doctor for antibiotics. Let them decide whether you need an antibiotic or not. Tell your relatives also not to take antibiotics and champion the cause. Yeah, champion the cause. I would really recommend that they understand the world of bacteria a little more. They’re the oldest living organisms on the planet and the most numerous and the most important.

Skip to 0 minutes and 42 seconds So the response to antibiotic resistance has to be in terms of changing your sensibility towards other forms of life, towards understanding how the human body works, how it’s connected to the rest of nature, and to understand the link between disease, nutrition, good lifestyle, and safe environment.

Expert voices: Part III

Watch experts from the different ReAct member nodes give their advices on things you can do to help limit the emergence and spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

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