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Young Inventors Work On Secret Proteins To Thwart Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

Many of the most powerful antibiotics have lost their punch. Some Stanford students think they’ve found a different way to attack bacteria that the germs can’t overcome.


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McDonald’s Now Serving Chicken Raised Without Antibiotics — Mostly

The fast-food chain’s suppliers are still allowed to use certain types of antibiotics that aren’t used to treat people.

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The search for lifesaving antibiotics is on. Scientists have turned up one promising candidate in an unlikely place — the human nose.

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Syphilis cases are on the rise. The bacterium that causes the sexually transmitted disease is becoming resistant to some antibiotics. But somehow, penicillin has remained the best weapon against it.

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The germs caused a urinary tract infection in a Pennsylvania woman that was difficult to treat. The bacteria were resistant to the drug often used as the last-ditch treatment, but another one worked.

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Most antibiotics can’t tell the difference between good and bad bacteria. That means medicines can kill helpful bacteria in your gut while they’re obliterating the ones making you sick.

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Penicillin Shortage Could Be A Problem For People With Syphilis

The medication is the only one available to prevent an infected pregnant woman from passing the disease to a fetus. Pfizer says the shortage should be over in July.

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Researchers are trying to figure out whether probiotics — the stuff we like to eat in yogurt to keep our guts healthy — could also help pigs, cows and chickens thrive.

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A clinical trial found that three months of antibiotic treatment wasn’t effective in relieving persistent Lyme disease symptoms. It’s the latest study to suggest the approach is ineffective.

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