In recent years, more and more bacteria have been developing resistance against antibiotics. This phenomenon has become so worrisome that it has been cited as a global health concern. Indeed, much of the success of modern medicine depends on how well our bodies combat infections. If our weapons against infections stop working, we could be exposing ourselves to needlessly alarming diseases.
Should we be afraid of UTI superbugs?
If you’ve had a urinary tract infection at some point, then you probably know that it is one of the most common bacterial infections out there. In fact, UTI accounts for around 8 to 10 million medical consultations and hospital visits in the United States alone.