We're running out of new antibiotics to treat common infections

WHO has been sounding the alarm over the increasing number of pathogens resistant to antibiotics for a number of years now. — Pixabay

Covid-19 left a devastating trail of destruction in 2020.

While vaccines are touted to provide some relief by helping to control the pandemic in 2021, there are also other health threats that need to be addressed urgently.

Article type: metered
User Type: anonymous web
User Status:
Campaign ID: 31
Cxense type: NA
User access status: 3

Next In Health

A centenarian tells the tale of two pandemics
New treatments, including for reversing diabetes, in updated guideline Premium
This procedure is often overlooked when treating arthritis
Urine test for womb cancer in the works
Milo Ups Its Green Game
These dangerous invisible gases might be building up in your home
Should spreading vaccine misinformation be a crime?
Should I worry about the side effects of the Covid-19 vaccine?
Go vegan to lose weight, new research suggests
What to look for in a confinement centre

Stories You'll Enjoy