6 articles
Resistance Open: Battling the ‘Post-Antibiotic Era’
Nov 18, 2015 | Colleen Nguyen

Doctor, Meet Resistance The origins of Resistance Open finds its roots in clinical care. As a physician practicing within the realm of infectious...

New Antibiotics - Near or Far?
Jan 21, 2015 | Emily Cohn

In the grand scheme of things, antibiotics are fairly new additions to our medical repertoire. Germ theory achieved general scientific acceptance...

New Findings on Bacteria in Ground Turkey Have Industry Up in Arms
May 6, 2013 | Lauren Edmundson

In its debut lab analysis study, Consumer Reports magazine reveals disturbing findings about ground turkey sold in retail stores across America....

Humans vs. Superbugs: Who Will Win?
May 6, 2013 | Anna Tomasulo

More and more, antibiotics are proving useless in the fight against many common diseases. Here's how we got here, and how we fight—and win—against...

Antibiotics: The One Drug We Can’t Seem to Get Enough Of
Apr 24, 2013 | Anna Tomasulo

Drugs are more expensive—and therefore more often out of reach for many Americans—than ever. This you probably already know. But there’s one type of...

CDC Celebrates Antibiotic Resistance Awareness
Nov 28, 2012 | Katharina Schwan

Nietzsche was right, though “that which does not kill bacteria makes them stronger” may have been more accurate. Seventy years ago, the advent of...