Any new technological development in recent years 89 is a boon or curse for society in general.
Today’s era is full of discoveries. Many such developments have influenced our lives a lot, such as computer, Antibiotics, and Airplanes. These are some of the inventions of humans that have changed our lives enormously. Many people argue that it puts human’s life in danger while others believe that all of these inventions have their significance in an individuals life. I firmly believe that these are best-invented things. If we talk about the best device from these three then, in my opinion, the best invention is antibiotics. Let’s explore this thinking in detail below and will lead to a plausible conclusion.
First and foremost, medicines are powerful drugs that help our bodies ward off diseases caused by bacterias. When used appropriately, they can quickly eliminate infections effectively. Antibiotics are medications that slow down or growth of bacteria. They can save their lives when used correctly. To cite an example, the invention of childhood vaccination, which protects thousands of children each year. In the pre-antibiotic era of the early 1900s, people had no medicines against these common germs. As a result, people suffering was enormous.
On the contrary, when antibiotics are used excessively, they can harm the human body. The longer course of treatment for an antibiotic can damage the body’s immune systems. In addition to it, people now used to medicines and have weak immune system nowadays. For instance, a potent antibiotic used for the disease usually create numbers of other problems in the human body. Owing to this, it becomes a big fear for people or society which cannot easily be cured.
In conclusion, after inspection upon further paragraphs, we can say, “Every rose has its thorns.” It concedes that its positive aspects have more water as compared to its negative externalities. In a nutshell, we can conclude that antibiotics are the lifesavers. So, it should promote the full range without any externalities.