But the bacteria is still susceptible to antibiotics other than the one of last resort.
Don’t know how much good antibacterials do on a household level but I’m still waiting for all the harm they were supposed to cause to public health.
Public health “experts” established a goal without knowing the extent of the problem.
“Even the FDA admitted that Carbadox is not used in human medicine and does not pose antibiotic-resistance concerns.”
Still waiting for evidence of even a remotely a looming public health crisis.
This is junk science because…
It used to be anti-bacterial resistance. Now it’s endocrine disruption. Either way, it’s always junk science.
A new Consumer Reports scare. Cook your turkey well and you’ll be okay. No need to panic.
Possibly CDC could focus on solving a real public health problem instead of nannying us?
And the greens still can’t link farm use to antibiotic resistance.
There’s no money in antibiotic development.
Antibiotic resistant disease is at least a real threat.
“Antibacterial agent used in common soaps found in increasing amounts in freshwater lakes.”
Despite much research, there’s no demonstrable link between farm use of antibiotics and antibiotic resistance in humans.
This is only news to physicians.
No Science + Misunderstanding Science = Junk Editorial.
More non-science based regulatory action.
Antibiotic resistance hysteria isn’t working out for the greens.
The solution is innovation; not bureacracy.
Doctors not farmers are to blame.
We’ve busted this guy before.
By Steven Milloy September 22, 2005, FoxNews.com “Antibacterial Soaps Are Safe, New Study Says,” is not a headline that you should count on seeing anytime soon — even though it’s true.
By Steven Milloy January 27, 2001, FoxNews.com A “ticking time bomb” is how the Union of Concerned Scientists describes the use of antibiotics on farm animals.