Video: Kurzgesagt details the "antibiotic apocalypse" in their latest video and it's a doozy. Basically, our willy nilly use of antibiotics to treat illness and our irresponsible antibiotic use in animals have created bacteria that have become superbugs. These superbugs are now immune to those antibiotics, which could lead to a pandemic. Luckily, it's not all bad! As bacteria evolves, we get smarter too. So it's a race to stay ahead of the doom, basically.
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