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Drug-Resistant Superbugs May Be Growing Even Deadlier

New evidence suggests rising temperatures are giving drug-resistant pathogens an upper hand

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The new coronavirus outbreak may have caught some public officials by surprise, but infectious disease specialists have been anticipating this worst-case scenario for decades. And they warn that the same gaps in our health…




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