1. Using Bicyclomycin to Treat Drug-Resistant Bacterial Infections

    Using Bicyclomycin to Treat Drug-Resistant Bacterial Infections
    Stating that antibiotics, first discovered in 1928 and commercially used by the 1940s, brought an unprecedented change to the world is not an overstatement. For decades now we have routinely cured illnesses and infections that were previously life-threatening. In recent years, however, bacterial infections have increasingly grown resistant to antibiotics. According to the CDC, approximately 2.8 million people each year...
  2. Nature's Medicine Cabinet Pt. 1: Dangerous Animals Save Lives

    Nature, it turns out, is one big medicine cabinet. We can thank the willow plant for the salicin that turned into aspirin, and the poppy for the pain-killing powers of morphine. Even poison can become potions a viper's venom, for instance, is part of a powerful anti-clotting drug that can keep blood flowing instead of clumping up. Increasingly, such toxins...

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