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Is the tide of antibiotic use on farms now turning?

Something unprecedented happened this week. The Food And Drug Administration released its annual accounting of antibiotics sold in America for use in poultry, pigs and cattle, and for the very first time, it reported that fewer of the drugs were sold.

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Originals

Swine workers on front lines in fight against antibiotic resistance

As doctors in the Netherlands prepared a young girl for open heart surgery in the summer of 2004, they made a discovery that confused her medical team.

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Opinion

Kenneth Wameyo: What it’s like to treat sick animals in the face of a mounting antibiotic crisis

In the face of growing levels of drug resistance and superbugs, it is important to look into why animals fall sick in the first place
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Food

Matthew Wellington and Dr. Jason G. Newland: Antibiotics and fast food - new report shows major chains responding to health threat

The next time you step into your favorite fast food joint for a crispy chicken sandwich, you may unwittingly help combat — or abet — one of our most urgent
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