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How about this disease-infested rat weather we’re having?
It's a beautiful day for bacteria.
IBM wants to replace antibiotics with these big ol’ synthetic molecules
Researchers think the molecule might be better at keeping up with evolving bacteria.
How To Milk A Devil
A new study finds that Tasmanian devil milk can make a potent antibiotic
Microbes In The Weight Room
A new study uncovers the bacterial population in athletic facilities
Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria Are No Match For Medieval Potion
Recipe from Bald's Leechbook found to be highly effective against MRSA
Bacteria From Bees’ Bellies May Fight Persistent Pathogens
You'll catch more bugs with honey
Got A Wound? Science Says Rub Some Dirt In It
Antibacterial clays can kill antibiotic-resistant E. coli and MRSA, researchers found.
How Pigs on Antibiotics Are Making Superbugs Stronger
Meanwhile, genome detective work could uncover new weapons in the war on bugs
Compound Reinvigorates Classic Antibiotics In Fight Against New Superbacteria
A new drug compound can recharge a class of antibiotics used to fight superbug bacteria, improving the antibiotics’ effectiveness 16-fold. … Continued
Degradable Nanoparticles Search, Intercept and Destroy Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria
Bludgeoning bacteria instead of drugging it