The Abstinence Method: Dutch farmers say no to antibiotics for livestock
A French Farm Show: Cows, protesters, and — of course — cheese
A Flu Vaccine That’s Always in Season:
A single shot to thwart all flu viruses may be within reach
Imagining the Post-Antibiotics Future: After 85 years, antibiotics are growing impotent. So what will medicine, agriculture and everyday life look like if we lose these drugs entirely?
From Factory Farm to Organic Icon: Will Harris III grew up on conventional farming. But now his family's legacy is anything but.
Unchecked Bugs: Censorship Doesn’t Just Stifle Speech — It Can Spread Disease
Rethinking Rabies: Some rabies infections may not be lethal, but be especially wary of dog bites.
Antibiotic resistance - the last resort: Health officials are watching in horror as bacteria become resistant to one of the last drugs on the shelf.
The New Medical Monitoring: Mobile phones and tiny sensors are helping define health trends.
ANNALS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
NIH Launches Emergency Care Research Center, Challenges Remain
"Superbugs: The Quest for Drug Developers," for the American Chemical Society
The Father of the Chicken Nugget: Robert C. Baker was a poultry savant. But his contribution to fast food has been erased from the history books.
Dengue, AKA "Breakbone Fever," Is Back: The vicious virus has re-established itself in the South, and mosquitoes are carrying it north.
Virtues of the virtual autopsy: Medical imaging offers new ways to examine the deceased.
Clean Sweep: Hospitals bring janitors to the front lines of infection control.
THE ATLANTIC, ABC NEWS and the FOOD & ENVIRONMENT REPORTING NETWORK
Drug resistance, industrial chicken, and 8 million UTIs: A joint investigation that produced a story at TheAtlantic.com, video packages on Good Morning America and the ABC Nightly News, and a story on ABCNews.com
The Dangerous Superbugs Hiding in Your Dinner: Farmers helped create drug-resistant bacteria. Government ignored the problem. Antibiotic-resistant foodborne illness is increasing, and deadly.