Antibiotic-Resistant Genes Lurking in Dust

In every home, no matter how fastidiously you dust or vacuum, there’s dust, which is bad enough, but now there’s more. Study Finds reported on a new study at Northwestern University which found that the bacteria in household dust can spread antibiotic-resistant genes. Researchers found that dust bacteria can swap their genes, which sometimes includes antibiotic-resistant properties, with neighboring bacteria in nearby dust. A majority of bacteria found in dust are ultimately...

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