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Cerebrospinal fluid smear containing brain-eating amoeba Naegleria fowleri and neutrophils

Single cell war-ganism: new compound could battle brain-eating amoebae

A new report reveals that researchers have found a new compound that shows promise in the laboratory as a treatment to brain-eating amoebae Brain-eating amoebae...
Fungi: a kingdom to address the antimicrobial resistance problem

Fungi: a kingdom to address the antimicrobial resistance problem

A report by the OECD in 2015 estimated that we can expect an average of 10 million human deaths per year between 2015 and...
New antibiotic on the horizon to combat drug resistance

New antibiotic on the horizon to combat drug resistance

Today, more and more bacterial pathogens of infectious diseases are becoming resistant to customary antibiotics. A new discovery, from an international team of researchers, with...
The only alternative to antibiotics for animals is disease prevention

The only alternative to antibiotics for animals is disease prevention

Dr Olivier Espeisse, of AnimalhealthEurope, discusses how the alternative to antibiotics for animals is prevention of disease. Tackling drug resistance is often treated like the...
Little progress made in the EU fight against antimicrobial resistance

Little progress made in the EU fight against antimicrobial resistance

The EU’s fight against superbugs, especially bacteria which have become resistant to antibiotics, has brought little progress to date. While EU action has led to...
Why veterinarians should be at the heart of the drug resistance fightback

Why veterinarians should be at the heart of the drug resistance fightback

When antibiotic resistance could be responsible for up to 10 million deaths a year by 2050 if left unchecked, it is natural to want...
uk gonorrhoea investment

UK gonorrhoea investment to prevent STI spread

The UK government has invested £3.5m (€4.05m) in a global research and development partnership aimed at combating the spread of gonorrhoea. Around 87 million new...
Electrochemical therapy: the 'shocking' new way to treat infections

Electrochemical therapy: the ‘shocking’ new way to treat infections

New research from the University of Pittsburgh's Swanson School of Engineering, USA, introduces revolutionary electrochemical therapy designed to treat infections. Titanium has multiple properties that...
Discover the new compound which kills antibiotic resistant gram-negative bacteria

Discover the new compound which kills antibiotic resistant gram-negative bacteria

A new compound developed by experts from University of Sheffield, UK, has killed antibiotic resistant gram-negative bacteria - could this pave the way for...
Universal health coverage - Smarter research & development to tackle global health priorities

Universal health coverage – Smarter research & development to tackle global health priorities

WHO’s new Science Division launched an online resource to guide the development of Universal health coverage to further help combat global health priorities. An essential...
Worrying multidrug resistance in remote Arctic soil microbes

Worrying multidrug resistance in remote Arctic soil microbes

Potentially having ominous implications for human health worldwide, scientists have discovered an unsettling multidrug resistance in distant Arctic soil microbes. Published in Environment International, a...

Health Europa Quarterly Issue 08

Discover the evolving world of healthcare, as Health Europa Quarterly issue 08 probes the environment of rare, infectious and chronic diseases and explores the...

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