#antibiotics

Playing In Dirt Is Good For You and Other Tips From A Germ Expert
Dads can't win. If you let your kids roll around in the mud, then you're negligent. If you keep them squeaky clean, then you're not exposing them to enough healthy bacteria.
Pigs beaten and 'mutilated' on farm linked to Tesco, Sainsbury, Morrisons and Asda
Pigs were beaten, mutilated and kept in "squalid" conditions on a French farm linked to Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons, Asda and Iceland, investigators say.
Medics who delayed giving antibiotics to child with sepsis feared kidney damage
Doctors treating a six-year-old who died of sepsis delayed prescribing antibiotics for fear of worsening her chronic kidney condition, an inquest has heard.
Schumer Got $66K From Top Health Insurance Lobbyist Amid Build Back Better Talks
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Warning on tackling HIV as WHO finds rise in resistance to antiretroviral drugs
HIV drug resistance is on the rise, according to a new report, which found that the number of people with the virus being treated with antiretrovirals had risen to 27.5 million - an annual increase of 2 million.
This wearable smartwatch evolves by not only measuring your blood pressure, but also storing your medication! - Yanko Design
The MedBot is a smartwatch concept that monitors each user's health conditions, measures blood pressure, stores medications and pills, and sets health-specific reminders.
After Sierra Leone Explosion, a Health System Is Strained
Victims are still dying from injuries after a fuel tanker burst into flames last week in Sierra Leone, a country that has no burn units.
Here's why new COVID-19 anti-viral pills could be our 'penicillin moment'
Until now, antiviral drug research has been a place of broken dreams and abandoned efforts, with few success stories to rival the miracle cures of antibiotics.
Nebraska zoo: Snow leopards dead from COVID-19 complications
The leopards, along with two tigers, tested positive for COVID-19 last month.
CRISPR-Cas9: A weapon against antibiotic-resistant superbugs? | DW | 10.11.2021
Before the discovery of penicillin in 1928, even such common infections as strep throat could be terminal diagnoses. Antibiotics gave us a great advantage in the battle against harmful bacteria.