If you or anyone you know is suffering from the toxic superbugs, there are some simple tips that can help.
1: Take a shower and wash your hands thoroughly before you eat Source ABC News: Alexandrite Stone (ABC News) Alexandrite is an antibiotic and antiviral that helps to fight infections caused by bacteria such as staphylococcus aureus.
But there’s a problem with it, and it’s making it difficult for some to get the drug to their bloodstreams.
In a recent study published in the journal Lancet, researchers found that the drug is not as effective as previously thought, leading to an increased risk of developing the deadly coronavirus.
So if you or your loved one are struggling to get a shot of the antibiotic, take a shower before you get a snack or drink.
“This is the first time that we have tested the effectiveness of the drug in a large-scale clinical trial, and the results suggest that it may not be as effective in the long-term as initially thought,” said Dr Simon Leibovich from the National Institute of Health.
Dr Leibovsky said the team was now studying if other drugs might be better at tackling the superbugs and if other therapies could help.
If you or someone you know suffers from the superbug, here are some tips to help you get rid: Wash your hands carefully before you touch them Source ABC: Alex andrite stone (ABC) “We found that washing your hands with soap and warm water was significantly better than the combination of the two,” Dr Leibowitz said.
For those who do not have a shower, you can also wash your feet with warm water for an extra 10 seconds before you put them on the toilet.
Washing your hands before you take a drink is also helpful, but not recommended because it could make your hands sticky.
Dr Lebovsky said there was no evidence that the treatment was more effective than placebo, and that he did not recommend people try the drug at home.
He said the treatment could also be used as a preventive measure, such as when your children are at school or during the flu season.
The next step for Dr Lebowitz and his team is to test the effectiveness and safety of the treatment on healthy people.
They will then try it on people who have been diagnosed with a variety of other illnesses, including Parkinson’s disease and diabetes.
You can check your health on the ABC Health website or on ABC News 24.
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