Antibiotics: Are They Curing Us or Killing Us?

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The senseless over-prescription and misuse of antibiotics has rendered them almost useless, posing a catastrophic threat to our health. John McKenna, a retired medical doctor who has been practicing natural medicine for over 25 years with astonishing results, examines the issues at play. 

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The senseless over-prescription and misuse of antibiotics has rendered them almost useless, posing a catastrophic threat to our health.

Superbugs are making hospitals increasingly dangerous places to seek help and experts predict we will soon regress to a time when simple infections and medical procedures threaten our lives once again.

John McKenna, a retired medical doctor who has been practising natural medicine for over 25 years with astonishing results, examines the issues at play.

He reveals the truth about the pills your doctor prescribes you and details the often unknown side effects they can have.

Antibiotics has all the information you need to take your health into your own hands.

You will learn how to recognise when antibiotics are hindering you instead of helping you, and discover natural alternatives to restore your health and strengthen your immune system.

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Antibiotics – Are They Curing Us or Killing Us?

Renowned Irish health author John McKenna focuses his beady eye on the role of antibiotics in modern healthcare and explores the major international concerns about their continued misuse and abuse. A serious book by a well-respected former doctor. (Rude Health, September 1st)

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Weight 252 g
Dimensions 21.6 × 13.5 × 1.8 cm
Author

Publisher

Imprint

Cover

Paperback

Pages

xiv, 205

Language

English

Dewey

615.329 (edition:23)

Readership

General – Trade / Code: K

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