Farm Use of Antibiotics Sparks Fears that Bacterial Resistance Could Spread IBD, Other Diseases

Farm Use of Antibiotics Sparks Fears that Bacterial Resistance Could Spread IBD, Other Diseases
The growing use of antibiotics in conventional farming may lead to bacterial resistance to some lifesaving human medicines — making it harder to treat illnesses such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). The newest warning, “Agricultural Uses of Antibiotics Escalate Bacterial Resistance,” appeared in the journal Pesticides and You. The World Health Organization highlights that bacterial resistance to antibiotics is

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