CONSUMER Reports (CR) has done it again: played loosely with the facts when it comes to antibiotics used in animals raised for food.
The report — "Meats Produced without Antibiotics Harbor Fewer 'Superbugs'" — is misleading right from the title, but at least the word "superbugs" is in quotation marks, maybe leading one to believe that CR is playing with the definition of a superbug. I doubt most readers would pick up on that little nuance, though.<
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