Can i treat c-diff with iv antibiotics?

Answer On One Hand: Recommended in Severe CasesClostrium Difficile, often referred to as C-diff, is a bacterial infection responsible for approximately three million cases of diarrhea and colitis in the U... Read More »

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Can my newborn have C-diff without being on antibiotics?

On One Hand: Clostridium Difficile and AntibioticsAccording to Mayo Clinic, C. difficile (C. diff) bacteria are common in soil, air, water and feces. When it grows in our intestines, it produces to... Read More »

Antibiotics Used to Treat Acne?

Over-the-counter medication is great for treating mild acne. But when that fails, many people turn to doctors for stronger topical or oral antibiotics to treat severe cases. These can be very effec... Read More »

How to Treat Impetigo Without Antibiotics?

Impetigo is a localised infection usually found on the face, neck or hands of children. It is generally caused by Staphylococcus aureus (Staph) or a Group A Streptococcus (Strep A) or a combination... Read More »

Can antibiotics treat mad cow disease?

Hmm. Good question. I believe the answer is no. Mad cow disease is not cause by bacteria, but by prions. Prions cannot be treated with antibiotics because they are proteins, not living cells. My kn... Read More »