Facebook post by University of Helsinki

A large share of antibiotic courses end up in the sewage, progressing to the sea through water treatment plants. An environment laced with antibiotics will narrow down the habitat available to “nice” bacteria, or bacteria sensitive to antibiotics. By handling drugs recklessly, we are playing into the hands of resistant bacteria.
Antibiotics mix up bacterial competition – to the detriment of humans helsinki.fi

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