By Rachel Moss in Huffpost Lifestyle.
For decades we’ve relied on antibiotics to make us better when we’re ill.
But a new report has warned that, by 2050, “superbugs” will kill someone every three seconds, due to the threat of antibiotic resistance.
Scientists behind the Review on Antimicrobial Resistance have called for major investment in the pharmaceuticals industry to help in the battle against infections that are resistant to drugs
But how does this affect average people and should we change the way we use antibiotics?
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