2. Using antibacterial dish soap
Plain soaps and detergents work just fine for washing dishes and clothes, cleaning your house, or washing your hands. Antibacterial agents in soaps and detergents can lead to the development of antibiotic-resistant bugs in the environment, which can then cause hard-to-treat infections.
Source: Dr. Bonnie Henry, adapted from Soap and Water & Common Sense, courtesy House of Anansi Press