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Why antibiotics can also make you more prone to infection

Updated : May 03, 2016

By : IANS

Category : Life

Why antibiotics can also make you more prone to infection

Antibiotics are essential for fighting bacterial infection, but, paradoxically, they can also make the body more prone to infection and diarrohea by allowing gut pathogens to “breathe”, says a study. #NewsTracker #Health #Antibiotics #FHealth #antibiotics infection #diarrohea #antibiotics side effects
India is in the midst of a fatal glanders epidemic and no one is paying any attention, writes Maneka Gandhi

Updated : Dec 21, 2015

By : hidden hidden

Category : India

India is in the midst of a fatal glanders epidemic and no one is paying any attention, writes Maneka Gandhi

Horses and mules used by tourists to visit Vaishno Devi have been found to be infected with this very infectious glanders disease #Uttar Pradesh #Antibiotics #Vaishno Devi #bacteria #Donkeys #Septicaemia #Disease #Katra #World War 1 #glanders #mules #farcy #bioterrorism
Food safety in India compromised due to use of antibiotics and pesticides

Updated : Apr 08, 2015

By : hidden hidden

Category : Life

Food safety in India compromised due to use of antibiotics and pesticides

Contamination of food is a serious problem in India as use of antibiotics compromises food safety while junk food adds to the problem, a green body today said and advocated for a disease surveillance and alert system and better enforcement of food safety act. #food #India #NewsTracker #Antibiotics #food safety #contamination #green body
KFC faces pressure after McDonald's switches to no antibiotics in chicken

Updated : Mar 12, 2015

By : hidden hidden

Category : World

KFC faces pressure after McDonald's switches to no antibiotics in chicken

KFC faces pressure after McDonald's switches to no antibiotics in chicken #World #McDonald's #Chicken #Fast food #Antibiotics #KFC #Poultry
Antibiotics may give rise to new harmful bacteria, says new study

Updated : Feb 24, 2015

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Category : Life

Antibiotics may give rise to new harmful bacteria, says new study

Besides treating bacterial infections, some antibiotics may also give rise to harmful new bacteria, research suggests. #science #Antibiotics #bacteria #ScienceBuzz #Bacterial infections
Ranbaxy's woes worsen: Germany bars drugs made in Dewas plant

Updated : Dec 04, 2014

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Category : Corporate

Ranbaxy's woes worsen: Germany bars drugs made in Dewas plant

Germany's regulator issued a non-compliance report for the Dewas facility where Ranbaxy manufactures cephalosporin antibiotics. #Export #US #Germany #manufacturing #Ranbaxy #Antibiotics #Dewas
Antibiotics at an early age bad for long-term immunity: study

Updated : Aug 19, 2014

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Category : Life

Antibiotics at an early age bad for long-term immunity: study

Taking antibiotics at an early age can increase the risk of contracting specific diseases down the road, a new study has warned. #Health #Antibiotics #HealthBuzz #immunity #bacteria
How much antibiotics do Indians consume with 240 cr chicken a year?

Updated : Jul 31, 2014

By : G Pramod Kumar

Category : Life

How much antibiotics do Indians consume with 240 cr chicken a year?

The growth of the poultry industry and increasing consumption of chicken also means possible ingestion of more and more antibiotics and drug-resistant bacteria. #Delhi #ConnectTheDots #Chicken #Gurgaon #Antibiotics #Centre for Science and Environment #Anti-biotics #Bacterial resistance #flouroquinolones
Chicken lovers beware: Breeders in India use antibiotics to make birds fatter

Updated : Jul 31, 2014

By : FP Staff

Category : Life

Chicken lovers beware: Breeders in India use antibiotics to make birds fatter

According to a report from the CSE, chicken breeders in India are relying on antibiotics to get the extra fat and it could affect bacterial resistance in humans. #Chicken #Antibiotics #HealthBuzz #Centre for Science and Environment #Anti-biotics #Bacterial resistance
Resistance to antibiotics rising, common infections could soon kill: WHO

Updated : May 01, 2014

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Category : Life

Resistance to antibiotics rising, common infections could soon kill: WHO

WHO's report also found worrying rates of resistance in other bacteria, including common cases of pneumonia and gonorrhea. #OnOurMind #WHO #Antibiotics #bacteria #Drug resistance