A UK-based study proves that a component of breast milk protein is powerful enough to destroy drug-resistant bacteria known as superbugs
The World Health Organization (WHO) reported that people do not understand the threat that drug-resistant superbugs pose for public health.
According to a new study, the longer people stay at the hospital, the more likely they will get infected with drug-resistant bacteria.
A new study found that the use of antibiotics has spiked by 36 percent on a global scale.
WHO stated that poor diagnosis is behind the recent surge in multi-drug resistant TB.
WHO announced that in 2012, nearly three million TB cases were left undiagnosed or unreported.
A Costco in California has recalled almost 40,000 pounds of chicken after salmonella outbreak.
Researchers published their proposal to create a superflu from H7N9, which would be drug resistant.
Tuberculosis is the second-leading cause of death from an infectious disease, after HIV/AIDS in the world.
The findings are promising, especially in a time when hospitals are struggling to combat drug-resistant superbugs like MRSA and drug resistance is on the rise.
The World Health Organization and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria stated that a $1.6 billion increase in the annual funding to fight tuberculosis is needed.
According to English health officials, a new strain of gonorrhea appears to be extremely resistant against certain antibiotic treatments.
A growing, potentially disastrous trend is on the rise: tuberculosis that is totally resistant to virtually every antibiotic that doctors have at their disposal.
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