The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says so. The over prescribing of these drugs is helping fuel the alarming surge in drug-resistant superbugs.
More than 2 million people a year are infected by drug-resistant germs and some 23,000 die of their infections.
Treating viral infections such as sore throats, sinus infections are typically caused by fungi, that aren’t affected by antibiotics.
See my book “Prescription Alternatives” for other ways of treating such problems, and ask your physician if an antibiotic prescription is really necessary for your condition.
by Earl Mindell