Tag: antibiotics

Drug-Resistant Foodborne Bacteria Gaining Ground

Drug-Resistant Foodborne Bacteria Gaining Ground

I’m Shelby Cullinan with today’s health news. You had an under-cooked burger, and now you’re paying the price. It’s food poisoning, and new evidence suggests that treating it may not be so simple. A new study from the CDC found that some strains of salmonella and campylobacter have become partially-resistant

Comparing Outcomes of Drugs & Appendectomy (CODA) Patient Education Video (English, Version 1)

Comparing Outcomes of Drugs & Appendectomy (CODA) Patient Education Video (English, Version 1)

Hello. My name is Dr. Thompson You have been diagnosed with appendicitis. We are showing you this video because your doctors and nurses think you might want to know about a research study you may qualify for. This video will help you learn more about the study. Right now, surgery

The Power of Poop — AMNH SciCafe

The Power of Poop — AMNH SciCafe

>>ARI GRINSPAN (Gastroenterologist): Happy New Year. Thank you to the wonderful folks here at the American Museum of Natural History to invite me to talk about my passion: shit. My mother’s very proud. These floating things that you’re seeing here are bacteria. Bacteria have a really bad reputation. So a

How the food you eat affects your gut – Shilpa Ravella

How the food you eat affects your gut – Shilpa Ravella

Trillions of bacteria, viruses, and fungi live on or inside of us, and maintaining a good, balanced relationship with them is to our advantage. Together, they form the gut microbiome, a rich ecosystem that performs a variety of functions in our bodies. The bacteria in our guts can break down

How bacteria can keep your gut healthy: beneficial microbes | WURcast

How bacteria can keep your gut healthy: beneficial microbes | WURcast

Hi there. Welcome to Module 1: The human microbiome. In this clip, I will talk about beneficial microbes. Microbes… It might sound scary to you and something that you associate with, for example, diarrhea or infections. But what if I told you that our entire body is colonized by microbes