antimicrobial resistance

Factory farming risks pushing us into a post-antibiotic world, but consumers are demanding change.
This means every waterway flowing from farms, towns or cities contains antibiotic resistance genes and antibiotics. The kind
Global threats are rising. Rising inequity, rising discontent against political leaders, extremism, terrorism. As we grow more globalized, more inter-connected, so do we grow more vulnerable to each other's difficulties.
If we, as a global community, do not make significant inroads into this fight soon, we are leaving many citizens around the
The industry often doesn't invest in medications and vaccines for people who can’t afford to pay high prices.
The UN's draft declaration, by supporting the Global Action Plan on Antimicrobial Resistance, also tacitly supports phasing
The gains in health and longer lives of the 20th century are at stake.
The only way to deal with this is through a global effort. As with many of the world's challenges, national borders are irrelevant
In addition to alleviating the burden of copayments for the poorest patients, what might make a difference in the fight against antimicrobial resistance in low-income countries is the same as what might make a difference in the fight against Zika or Ebola.
Scientists say the light-activated nanoparticles wipe out infectious bacteria without harming healthy cells