“The clap” is back and it’s worse than ever.
Wound-munching bugs could be the future of medicine
One of the most common infections could be treated with alternative methods.
A look at the big moments in food production this year reveals how far we’ve come, and how very far we have left to go.
A new report calls for a concerted global effort, not just localized changes.
A new realm of narrow-spectrum antibiotics offers new hope, Richard James explains.
That's bad news.
The new law will end the use of antibiotics as a way of plumping up farm animals.
The pending legislation just needs to pass the governor.
There has been a bill to make it illegal since 1999, but congress won't touch it.