Tag archive for ‘Antibiotics’
Jewish Business News On Tuesday, June 27th, 2017

System Developed in Israel Enables Customization of the Antibiotic Drug to the Patient

Antibiotics are one of the most efficient ways to treat bacterial infections. However, the widespread use of antibiotics accelerates the development of bacterial strains resistant to specific antibiotics. In 2014, More...

Niall McCarthy On Monday, May 30th, 2016

The World’s Biggest Consumers of Antibiotics

Global use of antibiotics has increased steadily in recent years, driven by rising demand across low and middle income countries. However, they should only be prescribed when there is an evidence-based need, More...

[WATCH] Robert Durst Syndrome: Mayor of Texas City Forgets to Turn His Mic Off

Remember when Robert Durst talked to himself in the bathroom, admitted to killing them all? A Texas mayor left a city council meeting to relieve himself and forgot that his mic was still on. Watch and listen More...

Gerald Bloom On Sunday, April 5th, 2015

Physician and Health Economist, Gerald Bloom: A Fair Fight Against Antimicrobial Resistance

Existing anti-microbial drugs are becoming ineffective. If current trends continue, we could end up reliving conditions before the discovery of antibiotics, when infectious diseases were major killers. Meeting More...

Michael Ordman On Sunday, February 15th, 2015

Textile Nano-Particles Kill Bacteria, Startup Grows Crops Without Soil – It’s Good News From Israel

  In the 15th Feb 2015 week’s edition of Israel’s good news:   ·        Israeli textiles impregnated with nano-particles kill bacteria in hospitals. ·        An Israeli startup has launched More...


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