How the church can play a key role in better stewardship of antibacterial medicine and avert a global health crisis.
"Twenty years ago there was an attitude that we can use as much antibiotic as we wanted and there really wouldn't be a problem," says Timothy Flanigan, former chief of infectious disease at Brown University Medical School, responder to the Ebola crisis, and Christian father of five. "We've realized that that attitude is wrong. Antibiotics have side effects. We thought we could use them willy-nilly, and we know now that resistance does occur and that there is a cost to using antibiotics." continue reading >>