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Antibiotics Aren't always the answer Poster

Antibiotics Aren’t Always the Answer

Target Audience: Parents of young children

This full color 17"x22" poster is planned for use in doctor's offices, clinics, other healthcare facilities, and media outlets. It is intended to raise awareness about appropriate antibiotic use for upper respiratory infections in children. It briefly explains six simple and smart facts about antibiotic use and when antibiotics can help treat a child’s illness.

No Antibiotics African American Poster

Snort. Sniffle. Sneeze. No Antibiotics Please. African American Poster

Target Audience: Parents of young children and adult consumers ages 18–49 years

This full color 17"x22" poster is planned for use in doctor's offices, clinics, other healthcare facilities, and media outlets. It is intended to raise awareness about appropriate antibiotic use for upper respiratory infections in children. It explains that antibiotics are not the best answer for a cold or flu.

Caucasian poster- Snort. Sniffle. Sneeze. No Antibiotics Please

Snort. Sniffle. Sneeze. No Antibiotics Please. Caucasian Poster

Target Audience: Parents of young children and adult consumers ages 18–49 years

This full color 17"x22" poster is planned for use in doctor's offices, clinics, other healthcare facilities, and media outlets. It is intended to raise awareness about appropriate antibiotic use for upper respiratory infections in children. It explains that antibiotics are not the best answer for a cold or flu.

Automedicarse con antibióticos puede perjudicar su salud.

Automedicarse con antibióticos puede perjudicar su salud. Spanish-Language Poster

Target Audience: Spanish speakers ages 18–49 years

This full color 17"x22" poster is planned for use in doctor's offices, clinics, other healthcare facilities, and media outlets. It is intended to raise awareness about appropriate antibiotic use for upper respiratory infections. It explains that antibiotics are not the best answer.

Warning: Antibiotics don't work for viruses like colds and the flu.

Warning: Antibiotics don’t work for viruses like colds and the flu. Healthy Adult Poster

Target Audience: Healthy adults ages 18–49 years

This full color 17"x22" poster is planned for use in doctor's offices, clinics, other healthcare facilities, and media outlets. It is intended to raise awareness about appropriate antibiotic use for upper respiratory infections in adults. It explains that antibiotics are not the best answer for a cold or flu.

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