It’s that time of year again, and before you know it, you find yourself calling into work because you woke up feeling sick. The trouble is, you’re not exactly sure what it is that you’re sick with just based on the early signs, so you aren’t sure how to treat it. Is it the common cold, and you’ll feel better in a few days, or is it the flu, and you’re only making the situation worse by not going to the doctor right away? The early symptoms of the flu can often be similar to those of the common cold, so it is easy to get confused. What is the first sign of the flu and what should you do if you think you’ve got it?
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Penicillin was originally used to describe the drug benzylpenicillin, or Penicillin G. Now, it is used to describe a group of antibiotics that all contain a chemical beta-lactam ring structure with many natural and synthetic derivatives of the original penicillin available. One of the most commonly prescribed penicillin-type antibiotics is Amoxicillin (also known as the brand Moxatag, Amoxil or Augmentin when combined with another beta-lactamase inhibitor clavunalate potassium). Other common penicillin-type antibiotics are ampicillin or piperacillin.
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