Animal Drugs | jgersen | February 11, 2016


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Many animals raised for food are administered antibiotics to either prevent or treat disease. When an animal receives a drug, all of the bacteria in and on the animal are also exposed to the drug. Exposed bacteria can become resistant over time, which means that those drugs will no longer be effective against those bacteria. In the past several decades, the public health community has grown increasingly concerned about growing antibiotic resistance and the use of antibiotics for animals. Many other animal drugs, however, may also find their way into the human food supply. EDIT PLAYLIST INFORMATION DELETE PLAYLIST

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