Neal Pollard Economist Jim O’Neill had readied a report about drug-resistant infections, “bacteria and other microbes that have become impervious to antibiotics” (The Atlantic, Ed Yong, 5/19/16). O’Neill’s prognostication is grim and macabre. On our current trajectory, 10 million will die every year by the year 2050 and that doesn’t include those undergoing procedures only … Continue reading PREVENTING A POST-ANTIBIOTIC APOCALYPSE
Neal Pollard Kathy avoids any of the depressing news stories centered on the Ebola virus. She believes they heighten stress and fear. I admit to moderate fascination and monitoring of the latest developments. There's no denying that there has been a growing hysteria in our nation since a Liberian man died and two of his … Continue reading What If There WAS An Ebola Outbreak In Your Town?