T’is the season for holiday festivities, and cold and flu. Unfortunately, they go hand in unwashed, sneezed-upon hand. It’s also the season when many of us tend toward excess—whether in our shopping, party-going or sugar-cooking eating.
Dr. Katherine Minnick, an infectious disease expert, discusses when it’s appropriate to use an antibiotic and what are the consequences of taking antibiotics unnecessarily.
As fall approaches, so does the cold season. This is the time that many of us develop those pesky runny noses and coughs. None of us want to suffer unnecessarily and a common theme I hear in the office is “I don’t have time to be sick.”