Bacteria are getting increasingly resistant against antibiotics and that means people could be at risk of dying in the millions. But new research uses viruses to fight bacterial infections – the so-called phase therapy. It's a practice that was used for centuries until antibiotics became available. It proves to be highly successful, and local sewage water may be key to solving the looming superbug crisis.
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Dann takes on his daughter Morgan on movie reviews amongst other fun topics
The Fighting Moose
A podcast where we retell stories, some historical and some fictional, that can be enjoyed by people of all ages, from the little baby lying in their crib, to the grandparents watching these babies.
An investigation into the deadly fight over the environment and who controls it. In Season 1 we delve into the murders of three Colombian coal miners who were working for an Alabama coal company, and unravel a decades-long saga of bribery, scandal, civil war, and death. From VICE...
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Fighting Terror brings together counter-terrorism experts and practitioners from Europe, the United States, and beyond to address different approaches to combat terrorism in our society. Our frank discussions cover the lifecycle of terrorism from propaganda and recruitment, to fi...