दूध के साथ एंटीबायोटिक पीता है इंडिया?
सेंटर फॉर साइंस एंड एनवायरमेंट ने अपने अध्ययन में पाया है कि जब कोई डेरी किसान अपने मवेशियों को एंटीबायोटिक देता है तो प्रबल ...
Antibacterial resistance: Microbial rebellion
Rampant use of antibiotics is changing the character of bacteria and making them resistant. Curing diseases is becoming difficult leading to …
Antibacterial resistance: Don't compromise
The only way to combat antibiotic resistance is to keep the environment clean
डॉक्टर दे रहे हैं बच्चों को एंटीबायोटिक्स, जीवन भर झेलना पड़ सकता है दुष्प्रभाव
ब्रिटेन में हुए एक अध्ययन में पाया गया कि डॉक्टर बीमार बच्चों को गैर जरूरी एंटीबायोटिक्स दे रहे हैं, जो उनके लिए खतरनाक हो ...
India beats many in high grade antibiotics abuse: Study
The drugs to be prescribed in ICUs are being given for primary care
Too much too often: Antibiotics in Indian crops can make them ineffective
Antibiotics are indiscriminately used on food crops in several parts of the country, adding to the burden of antibiotic resistance
Six reasons why antibiotics access remains a challenge in Uganda
Lack of registry, sub-standard health facilities, poor cold storage, limited expenditure on health, irrational antibiotic use and lack of …
CSE’s previous studies on public health issues
From endosulfan poisoning in Kerala to the presence of a carcinogen in bread, CSE has conducted many studies of imminent concern to human beings
Breaking the mould
Microbes will always triumph over antibiotics. We can only choose the battles that will make a difference
India’s antibiotics consumption shot up by 103% since 2000: study
India had the largest increase in antibiotic consumption in low and middle income countries and also surpassed America’s antibiotic …
Debate: Are we prepared for `Resistance'?
India is the largest consumer of antibiotics in the world; we use them indiscriminately and this leads to antimicrobial resistance (AMR). In this …
Alarming increase in global use of antibiotics, India is the largest consumer
A research published in a medical journal has sounded an alarm on overuse and misuse of antibiotic drugs