The extensive use of antibiotics in the poultryindustry will make people antibiotic resistant.
A Recent CSE Report Detected A Cocktail Of Antibiotics In Chicken Samples Taken From New Delhi.
Indian Medical Association has demanded a ban on the use of antibiotics for growth promotion and disease prevention in poultry animals.
Admitting that the Centre for Science and Environment’s (CSE) findings about chicken being fed on antibiotics were “alarming’ but also something that public health experts have long suspected, the
Large-scale antibiotic residues have been found in chicken samples lifted from Delhi and the National Capital Region.
If you are planning to have chicken in your meal, watch out! Poultry farmers in the outskirts of Jaipur are pumping antibiotics indiscriminately throughout the 3540 day life cycle of chicken.
The death of a 55year-old businessman in New Delhi over parking issue on Sunday is a warning for Jaipur which is also facing acute shortage of parking space.
Seventy chicken samples from Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR), tested by the Centre for Science and Environment, were found to be carrying traces of five antibiotics.
The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) lab study found residues of antibiotics in 40 per cent of the samples of chicken that were tested.
Each time you eat chicken, you could also be consuming a cocktail of antibiotics.
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