Claiming that it found several antibiotic residues in chickens tested in Delhi-NCR region, an environment body on Wednesday said "large-scale and indiscriminate" use of antibiotics in poultry indus
A study conducted by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has linked growing antibiotic resistance in humans to its large-scale, indiscriminate use in the poultry industry.
Large scale, indiscriminate use of antibiotics in the poultry industry has led to antibiotic resistance in Indians who are falling prey to many otherwise curable ailments, said a new study released
This is a report on CSE lab study on antibiotics in chicken meat. It details the study findings and methodology.
Growing antibiotic-resistance in humans also because of large-scale indiscriminate use of antibiotics in poultry industry, claims CSE study.
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