Maryn McKenna

Wired and Scientific American

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Blogger on infectious diseases and public health for Wired and columnist for Scientific American; author of Superbug: The Fatal Menace of MRSA

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Public health officials don't want to "cry wolf" or frighten people more than needed. So, they don't often use apocalyptic language.

Bugs, Drugs and Super-bugs

Public health officials don't want to "cry wolf" or frighten people more than needed. So, they don't often use apocalyptic language.

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Antibiotics are essential to the so-called "miracle" of modern medicine. Now antibiotic-resistant bacteria have shown up at American grocery stores.

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Antibiotics are essential to the so-called "miracle" of modern medicine. Now antibiotic-resistant bacteria have shown up at American grocery stores.

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Researchers in Arizona sampled meat and poultry sold at grocery stores in Flagstaff, Los Angeles, Chicago, Fort Lauderdale and Washington, DC.

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Researchers in Arizona sampled meat and poultry sold at grocery stores in Flagstaff, Los Angeles, Chicago, Fort Lauderdale and Washington, DC.

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