Multi-drug resistance in bacteria has increased by 14 percent over the last seven years, and most of them are getting even more resistant to certain antibiotics, said a national AMR (antimicrobial resistance) surveillance report.
A recent study published in the journal PLOS Biology suggests that an old antibiotic could be a valuable weapon against drug-resistant bacterial infections. The research, conducted by James Kirby and his team from Harvard Medical School, explores the potential of an antibiotic called nourseothricin, which was discovered in the 1940s but was abandoned due to kidney toxicity.
The treatment arrangement for cancer patients could not be arranged in a planned way due to the absence of comprehensive research and a database on this fatal disease in the country, speakers at an event said yesterday.
Various claims online state that drinking cold water is harmful and that it can cause everything from indigestion to cancer. Is this true?
Microplastics are tiny fractions of plastics measuring less than 5 millimeters in size. Often smaller than the tiniest grains of sands, these particles pose a grave danger to our health.
A new study published recently in PLOS ONE journal has identified novel associations between older adults’ personality traits, the routes they took to leave their jobs, and their well-being after exiting the workforce.
Autism spectrum disorder is a neurodevelopmental disorder. It is not characterised by a single symptom but comes with various symptoms.
A new study in Diabetologia suggests a link between mild COVID-19 and type 2 diabetes diagnosis. Professors from the German Diabetes Center conducted the research.