Antibiotics, bacteria, resistance genes found in dust from feedlots

Researchers are beginning to understand how antibiotic-resistant bacteria travel aerially. “Everyone is fairly certain antibiotic resistance comes from extensive use of antibiotics in animal-based agriculture. About 70 percent of all antibiotics used are for animal agricultural purposes. Overuse contributes to antibiotic resistance. But how does it happen? How does it get from where the drugs are used into the human environment and natural environment?” authors asked. —> Read More Here


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