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Unformatted text preview: Clara Gelabert 11/03/10 Why medical practitioners could be against the use of antibacterial soaps and lotions? Antibacterial soap and lotion can be harmful for your body because it does the work of your immune system. The purpose of our immune system is responsible for distinguishing us from everything foreign to us, and for protecting us against infections and foreign substances. The immune system works to seek and kill invaders. The antibacterial soap immediately destroys bacteria and germs. If we use antibacterial soap and lotions our immune system will never learn to actively and fend off germs. This can make the immune system very weak. Then the body can be in danger of attracting more deadly diseases. There can be great consequences for having a weak immune system; you can get sick very easy. In addition to being vulnerable, the body will not be system; you can get sick very easy....
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