Results obtained by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism reveal a spike in poultry products contaminated with salmonella infantis in recent years
More than 10% of sampled pork products, including joints, chops and mince, have found to be infected with a bacteria that showed resistance to a ‘last resort’ antibiotic used to treat serious illnesse...
Companies routinely exceed level of bacteria allowed by USDA – and do not have to recall their products
The adoption of intensive farming practices in middle-income countries is estimated to account for up to a third of the increase in global use of antibiotics for livestock between 2010 and 2030
The use of a class of antibiotics prescribed for infections in humans more than doubled on UK pig farms between 2015 and 2019, and experts warn of a further rise
India’s pharmaceutical industry is trying to weaken a law that would tackle pollution from antibiotics production
The Indian government will drastically limit the concentration of antibiotics allowed in wastewater from the manufacturing process
For the first time researchers have spoken to unregistered pharmacists selling antibiotics in Cambodia and discovered startling misuse of the drugs
Salesmen from India's largest pharmaceutical companies told our undercover reporter they encouraged unqualified doctors to prescribe antibiotics, contributing to the global superbug crisis
After a Bureau investigation into the use of colistin to boost growth in chicken farming, the Indian government has banned the practice
We visited Ghana to see just how much difference running water can make in the global fight against antibiotic resistance
Zoetis is still selling feed additives which make livestock grow faster
Thousands of patients in Gaza are suffering antibiotic resistant infections in gunshot wounds and the problem is crippling the health system, doctors warn
Use of antibiotics in meat and milk dropped by a third between 2016 and 2017, show new figures from the US Food and Drug Administration
Experts say the proposed ban will save the lives of patients in India and all around the world
Dame Sally Davies said adverts warning mothers not to worry about antibiotics in meat disgusted her "as a woman"
In a world where antibiotics no longer work, those most vulnerable to infections are in the most danger
The military took steps to combat the deadly spread of superbugs among soldiers. But civilians in Afghanistan, which has one of the world's worst health systems, have been so lucky.
Zoetis, a former subsidiary of the drugs giant Pfizer, has been accused of double standards for selling growth promoters in India while publicly supporting a ban in the US