You Should Know
February 2011 Issue
Revisiting the Use of Antibiotics in Animal Agriculture
We eat for good health, but some of the practices in our food system may be putting us at risk. Routine use of antibiotics, which the industrialized food system relies on for managing the health and growth of livestock, might contribute to human health risk. Many reputable health organizations blame the widespread use in animal agriculture for the rise in resistant bacteria.
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