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Distinct Bright Answers Questions on Why Bacteria are Becoming Resistant to Antibiotics
Date:2/10/2013

Miami, FL (PRWEB) February 09, 2013

Modern health officials have made major strides in preventing and treating bacterial disease, but have they gone too far? Distinct Bright reacts to the news of "Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria" in the media, and offers some answers to common questions on how these bacteria are quickly becoming invincible. (Information published by the Center for Disease Control and Department of Health and Human Services).

Q:Why are bacteria becoming resistant to antibiotics?

A: Repeated and improper uses of antibiotics are primary causes of the increase in drug-resistant bacteria.

Q: When Should I Not Use Antibiotics?

A: Antibiotics should not be used to treat the common cold, most sore throats, or the flu.

Q: How Do I Stop the growth of resistant bacteria?

A: Stopping the widespread use of antibiotics and relying more on probiotics, as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle will help prevent illness and the eventual use of Antibiotics.

Fernando Perez, a spokesperson for Distinct Bright, states that the overuse of antibiotics to treat children and adults alike is aiding to creating "master germs".

"Monitoring what drugs we take, and using more natural remedies to treat illness could help us steer away from an eventual indestructible germ strand.

"Just like a vaccination, bacteria become stronger when doses of antibiotics are introduced to it over time. Bacteria are living organisms and just like our bodies are able to evolve," Says Perez. " We must be vigilant what we use to fight illness and always be mindful to prevent it."

Distinct Bright is an advanced ecological cleaner that uses the probiotic power containing the “good bacteria”. By using probiotic, Distinct Bright is an effective cleaner that restores the original bright on jewelry. Distinct Bright will successfully clean Pandora bracelets, diamonds, gold and other precious stones while protecting skin against bad bacteria, free radicals, and pollutants.

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