Antibiotics may not be solely to blame for drug-resistant bugs that pose the same threat to humanity as terrorism, reveals study

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The overuse of antibiotics may not be solely to blame for the growing crisis of drug-resistant bugs, researchers claim.

Deemed to be one of the biggest threats to humanity, the issue has previously been cited as severe as terrorism and global warming.   

Antibiotics have been doled out unnecessarily by GPs and hospital staff for decades, fueling once harmless bacteria to become superbugs. 

However, a new Swiss study suggests bacteria can also become resistant to drugs and become deadly by attacking rival bugs.

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