New findings that support the link between overuse of antibiotics in food animals and antibiotic-resistant infections in humans are sure to catch Mrs. Consumer's attention. What's most surprising about a new California study's conclusions, published in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases, is that it's not just gastrointestinal infections in humans that are foodborne and resistant to some antibiotics, but urinary tract infections as well. The study, conducted by scientists at the ...
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