Why Taking an Antibiotic Is Dangerous When You Don't Need It

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ER physician Dr. Travis Stork shares that overprescribing happens in clinics and ER departments as well, but urgent cares are more popular than gas stations. But what is wrong with taking antibiotics when you don’t need them? He shares that thousands of people die every year from antibiotic-resistant organisms, and infectious disease expert Dr. Ravina Kullar shares that currently over 700,000 people have died due to antibiotic-resistant infections. Could this happen to you?