Back to the Middle Ages we go.
Scientists found that air pollution has traces of antibiotic-resistant bacteria that may cause health problems among people living in polluted cities.
The ongoing global Antibiotic Awareness Week in Australia addressed the issue of antibiotic resistance.
Exposure to antibiotics in early life is associated with an increased risk of acquiring allergies later in life.
New antibiotic that could cure skin diseases could be right under our noses, scientists say.
A new study revealed said that early use of antibiotics may dampen some of the benefits of breastfeding.
Feeding antibiotics to livestock not only lead to antibiotic-resistant superbugs, it can lead to global warming too!
Antibiotics ridding of gut bacteria can be so strong that the growth of new brain cells associated with memory can be inhibited as well.
New findings presented by Canadian researchers show that macrolide antibiotics, including azithromycin, clarithromycin and erythromycin, no further increase these risks than nonmacrolide antibiotics.
Antibiotic resistance is becoming more and more prevalent in bacteria
Health officials at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, now believe that some cases of appendicitis could be treated with antibiotics instead of surgery, according to a recent study.
Though many companies have sworn off the use of antibiotics in food-producing, a new report from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) found that sales of drugs to farms actually increased at a higher rate than the year before.