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The History of Antibiotics | Fatal Conveniences™

The History of Antibiotics | Fatal Conveniences™

Did you know the history of antibiotics dates back to 350-550 AD?
In this episode of Fatal Conveniences™, join me as we uncover the awe-inspiring journey of these life-saving drugs and discuss their double-edged sword nature. We delve deep into the origins of antibiotics, from ancient times to Louis Pasteur’s immense contributions, and emphasize the urgent need for responsible use, informed decision-making, and self-care in today’s world.
We also explore the intriguing terrain theory and its implications on our health. Ever wondered why some people don’t fall ill despite being exposed to the same pathogens as those who do? Fret not, as we shine a light on the importance of strengthening our terrain, creating an inhospitable environment for germs, and the role of lifestyle and our immune system in preventing infections. 
Don’t miss this captivating discussion on the ever-changing landscape of science and how we can develop resistance against the spread of harmful bacteria and viruses. 

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 What we discuss:
00:02: The History and consequences of antibiotics
11:48: What is Terrain Theory and why is it important? 
20:33: What can we do about it?
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