Medical Tuesday: probiotics, aspirin, and metal vs. bacteria


You guys know that I, the one man blogger-army on TGT, like to learn a lot of stuff. And stuff is enough on the web. Today we’ll learn a couple of things from the medical world namely, that probiotics are good only when you had issues with diarrhea after an antibacterial treatment, and that you should not put too much faith in them. Yup, they’re good, but not a panacea, a remedy for ALL diseases.

Aaron Carroll is not only the host and writer of the series called Healthcare Triage, but he is also a medic and a researchers. Mark his words, because he speaketh truth.

Now, let’g go to aspirin. It can help with blood circulation and, in some cases, it is recommended to eat one pill a day for a while, but this isn’t, also, a panacea. Learn more about aspirin from Dnews:

Because of MSRA, bacteria resistant to medicin, we need to find new ways to kill off bad bacteria. This is where metals like copper and silver and also nanoparticles can help us fend off these bacteria. A good thing to do is to NOT use antibiotics when you do not need them:

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