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'Superbug' - 65 News Result(s)

  • New Delhi 'Superbug' Gene, Last Among Pristine Ecosystem, Found In Arctic

    New Delhi 'Superbug' Gene, Last Among Pristine Ecosystem, Found In Arctic

    In a significant find in the global spread of multi-drug resistant (MDR) bacteria, scientists have found a "superbug" gene -- first detected in New Delhi over a decade back -- in one of the last "pristine" places on Earth that is some 12,870 km away

  • Space Microbes Adapting to Survive, not Turning Into Superbugs: Study

    Space Microbes Adapting to Survive, not Turning Into Superbugs: Study

    The ISS houses thousands of different microbes which have travelled into space either on astronauts or in cargo.

  • Superbugs To "Kill Millions" By 2050 Unless Countries Act, Warn Experts

    Superbugs To "Kill Millions" By 2050 Unless Countries Act, Warn Experts

    Millions of people in Europe, North America and Australia will die from superbug infections unless countries prioritise fighting the growing threat posed by bacteria immune to most known drugs, experts predicted Wednesday.

  • Cinnamon Oil May Help Fight Superbugs, Says Study

    Cinnamon Oil May Help Fight Superbugs, Says Study

    According to the study published in the journal Microbiology, cinnamaldehyde, a component of cinnamon essential oil can help fight superbugs by inhibiting the development of even those bacteria that resist the most potent antibiotics

  • These Indian Startups Are Waging A War Against Superbugs: Foreign Media

    These Indian Startups Are Waging A War Against Superbugs: Foreign Media

    India has few weapons to fight infection after years of poorly controlled antibiotic use in humans and animals, combined with effluent from the local drug industry that turned lakes and streams into breeding grounds for resistance.

  • Poultry Farms In India Resemble Superbug Reservoirs, Study Finds

    Poultry Farms In India Resemble Superbug Reservoirs, Study Finds

    Indian poultry farms aren't just rearing chickens - they're also breeding germs capable of thwarting all but the most potent antibiotics, researchers found.

  • Scientists Find New, Quick Test To Identify Superbug Infection

    Scientists Find New, Quick Test To Identify Superbug Infection

    London:  A simple, new test may accurately diagnose some of the most dangerous drug-resistant bacterial infections such as bronchitis and gastroenteritis in under 15 minutes, scientists say. Bacteria have been gradually evolving to become resistant to the antibiotics used to treat them. Over the last few years, scientists have found evidence that ...

  • Malaria Causing Superbugs Can Enter India, Warns Scientist

    Malaria Causing Superbugs Can Enter India, Warns Scientist

    Bengaluru: Detection of malaria parasites resistant to the frontline artemisinin (ART) combination therapy in some south Asian countries should worry India, Govindarajan Padmanabhan a top biochemist and malaria researcher at the Indian Institute of Science here has warned. “Africa and India can as well be the superbug’s next destination and, if...

  • Malaria Superbug Lineage Spreading Fast In Asia: Study

    Malaria Superbug Lineage Spreading Fast In Asia: Study

    Bangkok: A lineage of multidrug resistant P. falciparum malaria superbugs has widely spread and is now established in parts of Thailand, Laos and Cambodia, a study has warned. Noting that the further spread of these multidrug resistant parasites through India to sub-Saharan Africa would be a global public health disaster, the authors of the study ...

  • Antibiotic Overuse May Up Superbug Infections, Says Study

    Antibiotic Overuse May Up Superbug Infections, Says Study

    London: People are more likely to get affected by superbugs due to over use of antibiotics rather than dirty hospitals, a study has found. The study, led by researchers at the University of Oxford, showed that the widespread prescription of fluoroquinolone antibiotics such as ciprofloxacin was the reason behind a serious stomach bug Clostridium dif...

  • Woman In US Dies After Superbug Picked Up In India, 13 Antibiotics Failed, Say Doctors

    Woman In US Dies After Superbug Picked Up In India, 13 Antibiotics Failed, Say Doctors

    A woman in the US died after being infected by a superbug most likely during her visit to India, say doctors who found that the "nightmare" bacteria was resistant to all available antibiotics.

  • Superbug Scare: Infection Resistant To 26 Antibiotics Kills Woman, Say Officials

    Superbug Scare: Infection Resistant To 26 Antibiotics Kills Woman, Say Officials

    A US woman has died from an infection that was resistant to all 26 available antibiotics, health officials said this week, raising new concerns about the rise of dangerous superbugs.

  • Samir Nasri in Spanish Doping Probe After Vitamin Booster

    Samir Nasri in Spanish Doping Probe After Vitamin Booster

    The drip treatment Samir Nasri allegedly received includes vitamins C and B, amino acid lysine and zinc, all combined with "specially formulated nutrients to help combat superbugs and common viruses"

  • Life-threatening Superbug Can Spread In Cystic Fibrosis Patients: Study

    Life-threatening Superbug Can Spread In Cystic Fibrosis Patients: Study

    A multidrug-resistant superbug infection that can cause life-threatening illness in people with cystic fibrosis (CF) has spread globally and is becoming increasingly virulent, British researchers said on Thursday. In a study published in the journal Science, the researchers said the bug, a species of multidrug-resistant bacteria called Mycobacteriu...

  • Antibiotics Should Not Be Used After Surgery: World Health Organisation

    Antibiotics Should Not Be Used After Surgery: World Health Organisation

    Antibiotics should only be used to prevent infections before and during surgery and not afterwards, new guidelines issued by World Health Organisation (WHO), which aim to save lives, cut costs and arrest the spread of superbugs, said today.

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  • New Delhi 'Superbug' Gene, Last Among Pristine Ecosystem, Found In Arctic

    New Delhi 'Superbug' Gene, Last Among Pristine Ecosystem, Found In Arctic

    In a significant find in the global spread of multi-drug resistant (MDR) bacteria, scientists have found a "superbug" gene -- first detected in New Delhi over a decade back -- in one of the last "pristine" places on Earth that is some 12,870 km away

  • Space Microbes Adapting to Survive, not Turning Into Superbugs: Study

    Space Microbes Adapting to Survive, not Turning Into Superbugs: Study

    The ISS houses thousands of different microbes which have travelled into space either on astronauts or in cargo.

  • Superbugs To "Kill Millions" By 2050 Unless Countries Act, Warn Experts

    Superbugs To "Kill Millions" By 2050 Unless Countries Act, Warn Experts

    Millions of people in Europe, North America and Australia will die from superbug infections unless countries prioritise fighting the growing threat posed by bacteria immune to most known drugs, experts predicted Wednesday.

  • Cinnamon Oil May Help Fight Superbugs, Says Study

    Cinnamon Oil May Help Fight Superbugs, Says Study

    According to the study published in the journal Microbiology, cinnamaldehyde, a component of cinnamon essential oil can help fight superbugs by inhibiting the development of even those bacteria that resist the most potent antibiotics

  • These Indian Startups Are Waging A War Against Superbugs: Foreign Media

    These Indian Startups Are Waging A War Against Superbugs: Foreign Media

    India has few weapons to fight infection after years of poorly controlled antibiotic use in humans and animals, combined with effluent from the local drug industry that turned lakes and streams into breeding grounds for resistance.

  • Poultry Farms In India Resemble Superbug Reservoirs, Study Finds

    Poultry Farms In India Resemble Superbug Reservoirs, Study Finds

    Indian poultry farms aren't just rearing chickens - they're also breeding germs capable of thwarting all but the most potent antibiotics, researchers found.

  • Scientists Find New, Quick Test To Identify Superbug Infection

    Scientists Find New, Quick Test To Identify Superbug Infection

    London:  A simple, new test may accurately diagnose some of the most dangerous drug-resistant bacterial infections such as bronchitis and gastroenteritis in under 15 minutes, scientists say. Bacteria have been gradually evolving to become resistant to the antibiotics used to treat them. Over the last few years, scientists have found evidence that ...

  • Malaria Causing Superbugs Can Enter India, Warns Scientist

    Malaria Causing Superbugs Can Enter India, Warns Scientist

    Bengaluru: Detection of malaria parasites resistant to the frontline artemisinin (ART) combination therapy in some south Asian countries should worry India, Govindarajan Padmanabhan a top biochemist and malaria researcher at the Indian Institute of Science here has warned. “Africa and India can as well be the superbug’s next destination and, if...

  • Malaria Superbug Lineage Spreading Fast In Asia: Study

    Malaria Superbug Lineage Spreading Fast In Asia: Study

    Bangkok: A lineage of multidrug resistant P. falciparum malaria superbugs has widely spread and is now established in parts of Thailand, Laos and Cambodia, a study has warned. Noting that the further spread of these multidrug resistant parasites through India to sub-Saharan Africa would be a global public health disaster, the authors of the study ...

  • Antibiotic Overuse May Up Superbug Infections, Says Study

    Antibiotic Overuse May Up Superbug Infections, Says Study

    London: People are more likely to get affected by superbugs due to over use of antibiotics rather than dirty hospitals, a study has found. The study, led by researchers at the University of Oxford, showed that the widespread prescription of fluoroquinolone antibiotics such as ciprofloxacin was the reason behind a serious stomach bug Clostridium dif...

  • Woman In US Dies After Superbug Picked Up In India, 13 Antibiotics Failed, Say Doctors

    Woman In US Dies After Superbug Picked Up In India, 13 Antibiotics Failed, Say Doctors

    A woman in the US died after being infected by a superbug most likely during her visit to India, say doctors who found that the "nightmare" bacteria was resistant to all available antibiotics.

  • Superbug Scare: Infection Resistant To 26 Antibiotics Kills Woman, Say Officials

    Superbug Scare: Infection Resistant To 26 Antibiotics Kills Woman, Say Officials

    A US woman has died from an infection that was resistant to all 26 available antibiotics, health officials said this week, raising new concerns about the rise of dangerous superbugs.

  • Samir Nasri in Spanish Doping Probe After Vitamin Booster

    Samir Nasri in Spanish Doping Probe After Vitamin Booster

    The drip treatment Samir Nasri allegedly received includes vitamins C and B, amino acid lysine and zinc, all combined with "specially formulated nutrients to help combat superbugs and common viruses"

  • Life-threatening Superbug Can Spread In Cystic Fibrosis Patients: Study

    Life-threatening Superbug Can Spread In Cystic Fibrosis Patients: Study

    A multidrug-resistant superbug infection that can cause life-threatening illness in people with cystic fibrosis (CF) has spread globally and is becoming increasingly virulent, British researchers said on Thursday. In a study published in the journal Science, the researchers said the bug, a species of multidrug-resistant bacteria called Mycobacteriu...

  • Antibiotics Should Not Be Used After Surgery: World Health Organisation

    Antibiotics Should Not Be Used After Surgery: World Health Organisation

    Antibiotics should only be used to prevent infections before and during surgery and not afterwards, new guidelines issued by World Health Organisation (WHO), which aim to save lives, cut costs and arrest the spread of superbugs, said today.

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