Are antibiotic residues and fecal pollution responsible for the increased level of antibiotic-resistant bacteria in the environment?

(Natural News) Antibiotic-resistant bacteria pose a considerable threat to human health. Swedish researchers believe that these drug-resistant, disease-causing microbes developed their immunity via exposure to the leftover antibiotics found in human feces, which entered the environment through sewage discharge. There are some possible reasons behind the increasing prevalence of drug-resistant bacteria in the environment. One possibility…

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