Yo ma mens I got some WEED if yaknow what I mean haha
Dude WHAT? Stay away from that, those are very dangeorous!! Throw it away!
What do yous mean? What even are drugs?
A drug is any types of substance (except food and water) when taken into the body, it will change the body’s function either physically or mentally. Some drugs may be legal such as alcohol, caffeine, and tobacco while other drugs can also be illegal such as cannabis, cocaine, ecstasy, and heroine.
Those are known as antibiotics. They are basically medicine that inhibits the growth of or destroys microorganisms or is a drug used to treat bacterial infections. An example of an antibiotic can be penicillin
What? How about the drugs your doctor force you to use?
A doctor prescribes antibiotics for the treatment of a bacterial infection. It is not effective against viruses. But if people overuse antibiotics or use them incorrectly, the bacteria might become resistant. This means that the antibiotic becomes less effective against that type of bacterium, as the bacterium has been able to improve its defenses.
No! some bacteria are just not affected by it. Antibiotic resistance occurs when bacteria change in some way that reduces or eliminates the effectiveness of drugs, chemicals, or other agents designed to cure or prevent infections. The bacteria survive and continue to multiply causing more harm. Bacteria can do this through several mechanisms.
But sometimes the medicine doesn't work.. Why?! is it a scam?
Do not take an antibiotic for a viral infection like a cold or the flu. Do not save some of your antibiotics for the next time you get sick. Discard any leftover medication once you have completed your prescribed course of treatment. Take an antibiotic exactly as the healthcare provider tells you.
What?! You eat bitter candy and still get sick? How do we stop that?
No, only bacteria/. Antibiotic drugs kill bacteria by disrupting their cell walls. But virus' external covering, known as the viral envelope, is almost identical to the host cell's membranes, making them difficult to target.