antibiotics

01. She got a really bad flu, and had to be put on [antibiotics].
02. Our family doctor doesn't like to put our kids on [antibiotics] when they get sick unless it's absolutely necessary.
03. He was on [antibiotics] for a week after being bitten by a spider.
04. She'll have to have a different kind of [antibiotic] because she's allergic to penicillin.
05. If you get an infection, we'll have to put you on [antibiotics] immediately because your immunity is weak right now.
06. After being on [antibiotics] for a while, you should eat lots of yogurt to restore the helpful bacteria in your stomach.
07. He has been on [antibiotics] for over two weeks because he came down with some kind of strange blood infection.
08. Alexander Fleming shared the Nobel prize in 1945 for his work on the discovery of the [antibiotic] penicillin.
09. We had to put our daughter on [antibiotics] when she got a bad ear infection.
10. Your donation of ten dollars can pay for enough [antibiotics] to treat a child with a serious disease in the developing world.
11. [Antibiotics] are effective against bacteria only, and have no effect on viruses.
12. Common side effects of [antibiotics] include nausea, diarrhea, and increased sensitivity to sunlight.
13. In 1990, Jim Henson, the creator of the Muppets, died of pneumonia after being misdiagnosed by doctors who could have saved him if he had been given [antibiotics].
14. In 1928, Scottish scientist Alexander Fleming discovered the [antibiotic] effects of the penicillin mold.
15. [Antibiotics] which were once considered miracle cures are now useless against so-called super bugs.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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