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Australian seagulls carry antibiotic-resistant superbugs
Seagulls all over Australia are carrying superbugs resistant to antibiotics, scientists said.
Researchers: Mutant superbugs menace future space station expeditions
Researchers found five strains of a multidrug-resistant bacterium similar to hospital-acquired infections on the International Space Station (ISS), raising concerns about the organisms' health implications for future missions.
Antibiotic-resistant superbugs creating deadly risks for hip and knee operations
Hip and knee operations are becoming increasingly lethal due to the rise of antibiotic resistance (AMR), UK health officials have warned.
Superbugs are growing resistant to handwash and sanitisers
New superbugs are growing tolerant to alcohol-based disinfectants found in hand washes and sanitisers, allowing increasing infections to take hold, according to a study.
Platypus milk: How it could combat superbugs
Platypus milk could help combat one of humanity's looming problems, antibiotic resistance, scientists said.
Sea sponges ‘can save us from superbugs'
Scientists are harvesting bacteria-eating compounds from sea sponges that could be used to kill drug-resistant infections.
Ultra-tough antibiotic to fight superbugs
US scientists have re-engineered a vital antibiotic in a bid to wipe out one of the world's most threatening superbugs.
Engineers battle superbugs with star-shaped 'peptide polymers'
Engineers in Australia have discovered a new way to fight antibiotic-resistant bacteria. The new antibacterial weaponry is called peptide polymers.
Viruses ‘can kill off superbugs’
Viruses that eat bacteria have been hailed the latest weapon in the battle against superbugs.
Global antibiotics 'revolution' needed
A global revolution in the use of antimicrobials is needed, according to a government-backed report.
Cigarette smoke makes superbugs more aggressive
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), an antibiotic-resistant superbug, can cause life-threatening skin, bloodstream and surgical site infections or pneumonia. Researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine now report that cigarette smoke may make matters worse. The study shows that MRSA bacteria exposed to cigarette smoke become even more resistant to killing by the immune system.

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