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Here’s a terrifying thought: A toxic stew of corporate neglect, lax regulators and a defensive government might be turning India’s water bodies int

Gulf News Nov 7 2016 - 05:01

Plus the filthy, overcrowded conditions often lead to animals being pumped with antibiotics, a dangerous practice that helps give rise to superbugs

The Huffington Post Nov 6 2016 - 20:25

Here’s a terrifying thought: A toxic stew of corporate neglect, lax regulators and a defensive government might be turning India’s water bodies int

health.economictimes.indiatimes.com Nov 6 2016 - 16:15

Under the new plans, which has been dubbed a "war on superbugs", the United Kingdom government will appoint a so-called national infectio

perspectivabetica.com Nov 6 2016 - 13:59

Extra funds are to be pumped into the NHS to help hospitals tackle the superbug crisis.

Sky News HD Nov 6 2016 - 12:11

More than 5,500 people died from E.coli infections in the United Kingdom past year, many of which were from antibiotic-resistant strains.

Canal CNC Arauca Nov 6 2016 - 10:24

Andy Murray is the Paris Masters Champion after beating his US opponent John Isner in the final.

euroweeklynews.com Nov 6 2016 - 09:05

A war on hospital superbugs has been announced by the government following a sharp rise in the number of E.coli cases diagnosed.

Scunthorpe Telegraph Nov 6 2016 - 08:22

The UK government has announced fresh plans to combat the rising threat of hospital superbugs, with a renewed focus on personal hygiene such as han

International Business Times Nov 6 2016 - 02:17

The government has announced a new war against superbugs, such as E.coli, because they are increasing in number.

BBC Nov 5 2016 - 17:59

The government has announced a new war against hospital superbugs following a rise in the number of E. coli cases.

BBC Nov 5 2016 - 17:59

Hospitals in the NHS will be obliged to reveal their rates of E coli on whiteboards in wards as part of a war on superbugs.

The Times Nov 5 2016 - 17:09

Natural antibiotics to stockpile now.

jewsnews.co.il Nov 5 2016 - 12:30

The newest candidate to help defeat superbugs? Think Taz. As in Tasmanian devil.

Modern Healthcare Nov 4 2016 - 21:28

Here's a terrifying thought: A toxic stew of corporate neglect, lax regulators and a defensive government might be turning India's water

Chicago Tribune Nov 4 2016 - 10:22

Known as "superbugs," such bacteria are believed to kill 23,000 Americans annually, and 700,000 people worldwide.

CNBC Nov 4 2016 - 09:46

According to the government-sponsored O’Neill Report, the global cost of failing to tackle the threat posed by antimicrobial resistance could be th

1ohww.org Nov 4 2016 - 09:25

New York, NY – Warning that millions of people die every year from preventable surgical infections, particularly in developing countries, the World

stewardshipreport.com Nov 4 2016 - 09:03

Here’s a terrifying thought: A toxic stew of corporate neglect, lax regulators and a defensive government might be turning India’s water bodies int

New Haven Register Nov 4 2016 - 08:42

Surgical site infections in the U.S.

Healthcare Dive Nov 4 2016 - 06:47

In India’s neonatal hospital wards they struggle for life – sick infants battling untreatable “superbugs”.

insightsonindia.com Nov 4 2016 - 06:04

Clinicians must only prescribe antibiotics to prevent infections before and during surgery, but not after a procedure, according to new recommendat

Fierce Health Care Nov 4 2016 - 03:34

The studies find that pathogens appear to be interacting and developing in unexpected directions, and could transfer their drug resistance Subscrib

Live Mint Nov 3 2016 - 19:41

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, hospital acquired infections are causing more than 2 million illnesses and at least 23

rochesterfirst.com Nov 3 2016 - 18:51

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www.statnews.com Nov 3 2016 - 16:57

Preventing hospital patients from catching so-called superbugs is a growing problem, but now the UN health agency has come up with a blueprint to c

unmultimedia.org Nov 3 2016 - 15:02

Surgical sites should not be shaved; take antibiotics before and during surgery, not after LONDON • Patients going for surgery should bathe or show

The Straits Times Nov 3 2016 - 14:55

New Delhi: Antibiotics should only be used to prevent infections before and during surgery and not afterwards, new guidelines issued by World Healt

Live Mint Nov 3 2016 - 09:19

3 November 2016 – Warning that millions of people die every year from preventable surgical infections, particularly in developing countries, the Wo

UN News Centre Nov 3 2016 - 09:04

LONDON – Patients going for surgery should bathe or shower beforehand but their surgical site should not be shaved, and antibiotics should be used

FOX News Nov 3 2016 - 04:11

A team of researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Brasilia and University of British Columbia has engineered natu

Nature World News Nov 3 2016 - 01:05

Heart-broken and angry, Olson says she knows what killed her husband. "The superbug infection destroyed him," she said.

NBC 4 Southern California Nov 2 2016 - 23:46

(NaturalNews) For many Americans, antibiotics have become a standard routine when they get sick.

naturalnews.com Nov 2 2016 - 22:34

(NaturalNews) A recent U.S.

naturalnews.com Nov 2 2016 - 22:20

Without antibiotics, these diseases won’t be cured, which means more people are likely to be infected with the superbugs.

toptenz.net Nov 2 2016 - 21:23

Preventing hospital patients from catching so-called superbugs is a growing problem, but now the UN health agency has come up with a blueprint to c

Ghana Broadcasting Corporation Nov 2 2016 - 19:28

3 November 2016 | GENEVA - People preparing for surgery should always have a bath or shower but not be shaved, and antibiotics should only be used

WHO Nov 2 2016 - 17:41

LONDON: Patients going for surgery should bathe or shower beforehand but their surgical site should not be shaved, and antibiotics should be used t

Channel News Asia Nov 2 2016 - 16:51

For example, one of the guidelines specifies that antibiotics be used before and during surgery, not afterward, as the best method to halt the spre

CNN Nov 2 2016 - 16:44

Despite the ominous outbreak of superbugs scientists perceive, shouldn’t patients be informed of the risks involved with the suboptimal treatments

Badger Herald Nov 2 2016 - 09:05

Slusky’s invention is a protein that will re-sensitize bacteria to common antibiotics, thereby overcoming drug-resistant superbugs and re-establish

IEEE Spectrum Nov 2 2016 - 07:54

Hong Kong’s top microbiologist has urged doctors to conduct more tests before prescribing antibiotics, as the city sees a growing number of superbu

South China Morning Post Nov 1 2016 - 23:11

Superbugs 2017 returns to Central London next spring to push industry collaboration through updates on clinical advancements and investment opportu

EIN Newsdesk Nov 1 2016 - 23:04

What are you afraid of? Heteronormative patriarchal power structures, antibiotic resistant superbugs and the unchecked development of A.I.

i-d.vice.com Nov 1 2016 - 20:55

RECCE 327 is an antibiotic and anti-cancer drug that fights against viruses and bacteria, including superbugs, even after repeated use.

Proactive Investors Australia Nov 1 2016 - 19:51

BANGKOK — Some people believe in the power of pills, popping them without hesitation at the slightest hint of illness.

khaosodenglish.com Nov 1 2016 - 19:44

Drawing up a five-year plan and requiring doctors and livestock farmers to state how much antibiotics have been used are among proposals floated by

South China Morning Post Nov 1 2016 - 09:21

"A household mouthwash may be creating superbugs," the Daily Mail reports.

NHS Choices Nov 1 2016 - 09:14

If clinical microbiologists were Hollywood superheroes, Hosam Zowawi would undoubtedly be Superbug Fighter.

National Geographic Oct 31 2016 - 06:09