It's not as simple as reducing the nation's massive antibiotic consumption.
Bacteriophages -- viruses found in soil, water and human waste -- may be the cure in a post-antibiotic world.
In a new report, the WHO identified pathogens they are particularly worried about.
Solving global issues requires a paradigm shift in how we approach them.
Until now, it was unclear how bacteria in hospital pipes could infect patients.
It has evolved to jump from patient to patient.
It might put you at higher risk for infection.
Drug-resistant bacteria are a growing threat to modern medicine.
The U.N. is convening a landmark meeting this week on antibiotic resistance, but scientists are concerned the action may be too late.