Tag: Antibiotic Resistance

Many research have looked at the positive effects of exercise on microbiota, but very few have looked at the opposite connection. One new study that did cover this topic, however, found that oral antibiotics may cause reduction in exercise.
The sound of bacterium tails, or flagella, engaging with the graphene drum and causing back-and-forth movements known as oscillations was actually heard by the researchers. This could be the gateway to understanding how listening to bacteria's movement could help treat antibiotic resistance.
In 2019, upwards of 1.2 million individuals perished from drug-resistant illnesses. But all of that could change with the advent of the ‘game-changing’ antibiotic that could potentially save millions, according to a new study.
It has been obvious since early 2020 that there has been an organized cult outreach that has permeated the world as a whole. It’s possible that this formed out of a gigantic error, rooted in a sudden ignorance of cell biology and long experience of public health. It is also possible that a seasonal respiratory virus was deployed by some people as an opportunity to seize power for some other purpose. 
According to a recent study, antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is prevalent throughout Europe and 670,000 people in the European Union/European Economic Area (EU/EEA) get afflicted with antibiotic-resistant bacteria each year. According to the study around 33,000 people died as a direct consequence of antibiotic resistant bacteria infections.