U.N. warns: Antibiotic use in farming is spreading via waterways, driving the superbug resistance crisis, putting millions of lives at risk

U.N. warns: Antibiotic use in farming is spreading via waterways, driving the superbug resistance crisis, putting millions of lives at risk
(Natural News) When Alexander Fleming discovered the first antibiotic – penicillin – in 1928, the world of medicine was changed forever. His discovery led to the development of medicines that could treat cuts, abrasions and bacterial infections, saving millions, if not billions, of lives. Sadly, however, misuse and overuse of antibiotics have fostered the development…
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