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Get To Know More About Antibiotics

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Antibiotics, otherwise called antibacterials, are prescriptions that destroy or slow down the growth of microorganisms and bacteria. 

They include a scope of powerful drugs and are utilized to treat diseases caused by microbes. 

Antibiotics can’t treat viral diseases, for example, cold, flu, and most coughs. 

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FDA Orders Antibacterials Removed From Consumer Soaps

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Say goodbye to those “antibacterial” soaps. The Food and Drug Administration says they do little or nothing to make soap work any better and said the industry has failed to prove they’re safe.

Companies will have a year to take the ingredients out of the products, the FDA said. They include triclosan and triclocarban. Soap manufacturers will have an extra year to negotiate over other, less commonly used ingredients such as benzalkonium chloride.

“Companies will no longer be able to market antibacterial washes with these ingredients because manufacturers did not demonstrate that the ingredients are both safe for long-term daily use and more effective than plain soap and water in preventing illness and the spread of certain infections,” the FDA said in a statement.