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Does Soap Kill Germs or People?


ABC News and other media outlets are now noting that disease specialists, have found out that antibacterial soaps actually help create drug-resistant mutant germs.

Infectious Diseases Society of America in New Orleans as found that most soaps contained antibacterial agents, such as triclosan and triclocarban.  While they may rid yourself of bad bacteria, its not certain that its any better that just washing your hands with natural soaps.  Worse yet, these "anti-bacterial" soaps also kill "good bacteria" that are helpful to the body because they keep other troublesome bugs in check.


Research indicates these products may encourage the growth of “superbugs” resistant to antimicrobial agents, a problem when these bacteria run rampant, which becomes a dangerous infection that can't be treated with available medication.

The overuse and misuse of antibiotics has led to several drug-resistant microbes, such as streptococcus pneumonia and strains of E. coli.

Dr. Stuart Levy, president of the Alliance for the Prudent Use of Antibiotics and a professor of molecular biology at Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston, believes antibacterial soaps are dangerous.

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