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It's Get Smart About Antibiotics Week!

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We are entering cold and flu season, that time of year when many of us, and many of our loved ones, get sore throats and coughs and congestion and fevers and feel downright miserable. In our quest to feel better (and to make those we love feel better), it's natural to want to do everything possible. So it's understandable that many people want their doctors to give them antibiotics. After all, they have an infection and antibiotics treat infections, right?

Not exactly -- or at least not always. That's why the Center for Disease Control (CDC) has declared November 12th-18th "Get Smart About Antibiotics Week": to help teach people what they need to know about antibiotics.

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