How true is it that you really should not mix the two?
Pharmacists say there is, but the government claims there isn't.
Brits are being urged not to take antibiotics to deal with colds this winter.
Antibiotics are ineffective against a virus, unless you've also got a bacterial infection.
Antibiotic resistance is on the rise – "It’s really worrying. There should be alarm bells ringing for all of us," one GP told us.
The disease claims almost half a million lives every year.
Researchers analysed the records of more than 250,000 preschool children.
The mum is now speaking out to warn others of the dangers.
The government has launched a new five-year plan to deal with antibiotic resistance.
Drugs taken in the first two years of life alter gut bacteria.