1. Tummy Grumbles!

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    #savethescript# #@npsmedicinewise# Antibiotic resistance is a new concern for the medical industry and a modern global health threat. Antibiotics are medicines that treat diseases caused by bacteria not viral infections. So over using or over prescription of antibiotics for conditions such as viral infections and influenza are not only pointless but will lead to the body resisting antibiotics! When the human body resists antibiotic medications you will: Have the infection longer. You may be more likely to have complications of the infection. And you will pass your infection to other people, which increases the problem. For more Info: nps.org.au

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    • Sara Soto Explains the NoMorFilm project

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      Dr Sara Soto (ISGlobal), coordinator of NoMorFilm, explains the project, which is funded by the European Union Horizon 2020 programme. The aim of NoMorFilm is to screen microalgae for new antibiotics with activity against the bacteria and fungi responsible for the infections that occur around prosthetic devices and catheters.

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      • Public Policy Update: Lab Matters Spring 2015

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        In the latest issue of Lab Matters, Senior Director of Public Policy Peter Kyriacopoulos discusses a $265 million funding increase for the antibiotic resistance initiative, budget resolutions to appeal the Affordable Care Act and more.

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        • Object Health 06 - Antibiotics: An Uncertain Future

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          The misuse and abuse of antibiotics has led to an increase in the bacterial resistance to them, which poses a very important challenge in terms of global public health. This video is part of the Object Health series, produced for ISGlobal and originally broadcasted on Spanish TV La 2 as well as on El País.

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          • 2015.01.30, Third Annual Health Law Year in P/review, Session 1: Public Health

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            The Third Annual Health Law Year in P/Review symposium featured leading experts discussing major developments during 2014 and what to watch out for in 2015. The discussion at this day long event covered hot topics in such areas as health insurance, health care systems, public health, innovation, and other issues facing clinicians and patients. Session 1: Public Health - George Annas, The Legal and Public Health Response to Ebola - Kevin Outterson, Legal Measures to Stem Antibiotic Resistance Sponsored by the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law School and the New England Journal of Medicine; co-sponsored by The Hastings Center and the Center for Bioethics at Harvard Medical School, with additional support from the Oswald DeN. Cammann Fund. For more information, please visit our website at http://petrieflom.law.harvard.edu.

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            • Antibiotic Resistance: Only some bugs need antibiotics

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              Antibiotic resistance is a global public health issue due to the overuse and misuse of antibiotics. We are all part of the problem, but we can all be part of the solution. For more information on Antibiotic Awareness Week go to nps.org.au/join-the-fight. Thank you for sharing this important message with your students.

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              • Antibiotics: Why most people don't need them

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                Dr Nick Carr explains why antibiotics won't help a cold get better faster, or stop a cold from spreading or getting worse. Find out who really needs antibiotics and when. Learn more about antibiotics at http://www.nps.org.au/antibiotic_resistance/antibiotics_for_respiratory_tract_infections.

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                • ICMID Bahrain 2015

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                  Introduction to The International Collaborative Conference in Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases

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                  • Sustainable (Funding Trailer)

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                    A documentary investigating America's impending food crisis. Synopsis: America is facing a food crisis driven by profitability and a lack of consumer education. While the window to transforming our heartland continues to shrink, passionate individuals have emerged who provide hope that the health of our nation might still remain within our grasp. Sustainable is a documentary film that weaves together expert analysis of America’s food system with a powerful narrative of one extraordinary farmer who is determined to create a sustainable future for his community. In a region dominated by commodity crops, Marty Travis has managed to maintain a farming model that is both economically viable and environmentally safe. Through his example and various expert interviews, the film will explore options for reversing the issues facing America’s heartland.

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                    • Fighting Antibiotic Resistance

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                      This video is about Antibiotic Resistance Synchronized edited

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