Antidepressants could fuel the rise of superbugs, lab dish study suggests

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Antidepressants may drive bacteria to develop resistance against antibiotics, despite being a completely different class of drugs, a new study finds. 

“Even after a few days exposure, bacteria develop drug resistance, not only against one but multiple antibiotics,” Jianhua Guo (opens in new tab), the study’s senior author and a professor at the University of Queensland’s Australian Centre for Water and Environmental Biotechnology, told Nature magazine (opens in new tab)

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