Why shouldn’t antibiotics be used often to treat various diseases?

Antibiotics are a group of medicines that kill bacteria. They are used to treat infectious diseases and purulent wounds. Antibiotics should not be used too often so that microbes do not get used to them, that is, so that strains (subspecies) of microorganisms that are resistant to the action of these antibiotics do not arise.

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