Antibiotics have become an indivisible part of human lives. From a common cold to serious disease, one is dependent on antibiotics. However, now it seems that equation is going to change and that too for the betterment of one's survival.
Reason for which the change will be brought is medical ecology. It has been found that there are 100 trillion microbes, which are known as microbiome and are capable of acting as second alternative to antibiotics.
Julie Segre, who is a senior researcher at the National Human Genome Research Institute, was of the view that it is not possible to completely disassociate from antibiotics, but there are ways by which one can get treatment and that too by natural ways.
"It does a disservice to all the bacteria that have co-evolved with us and are maintaining the health of our bodies", said Seagre.
It has also been further revealed that using such natural ways is more beneficial than treating the disease through artificial way. Microbes exist within the body and are more beneficial than chemicals.
Michael A. Fischbach, who is a microbiologist University of California, was of the view that he is quite excited to know that such kind of advancement is going to take place in science.
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