Antibiotic-resistant infections are the new ‘craze’. What does the Center for Disease Control have to say?
We usually define bacteria as being single-celled organisms. But with microbes, there’s always an exception to the rule.
Bacteria are a big part of who we are as humans. They live all over us, forming distinct communities, or microbiomes, on our skin, in our hair, in our mouths, and in our guts. We host these microbes, and increasingly we’re learning that in turn…