I am in no way an expert when it comes to these superbugs but I have always believed that the excessive use of antibiotics in our food and medicine is a bad thing.
My views on this are nothing more than my opinion based on things I have seen and heard over the years so anyone with an expert opinion on this please
feel free to point out any flaws in my logic.
It has been found in seven different samples at 5 different farms which leads me to wonder, how common are these superbugs and how dangerous are
Here in North America we pump our food supply full of antibiotics and steroids as well so I can only guess that these bugs exist here too, and I would
like a similar study done here in Canada.
Maybe it's just me but I can't stand how we are own worse enemies by contaminating our food with the intention of keeping it safe but in fact we are
actually poisoning ourselves.
Perhaps the answer is more antibiotics?
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