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Myth about Antibiotics and Alcohol

Posted in December 12th, 2016
Published in Antibiotics

Antibitiotis with Alcohol Myth that «alcohol neutralizes antibiotics» was first distributed in STI clinics that appeared immediately after the Second World War. Especially effective against sexually transmitted infections at that time was penicillin, created in 1928 by Alexander Fleming. It was prescribe with a strict rule: in no case not to drink alcohol while taking […]

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Canadian Health&Care Mall: Myths and Facts about Tuberculosis

Posted in November 18th, 2016
Published in Tuberculosis

With the pharmacology development, many serious diseases have ceased to be deadly. There are drugs and treatment methods to overcome almost any disease. But the problem of Bacterium Koch infection is relevant to this day. What do we know about this infectious disease? How to prevent it? Answers to these questions are easy to find […]

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