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Health :: Feature Articles :: March 22, 2011 :: :: Email :: Print See Inside A new pattern of antibiotic resistance that is spreading around the globe may soon leave us defenseless against a frighteningly wide range of dangerous bacterial infections By Maryn McKenna
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19 October 2011 Last updated at 05:08 ET The bacteria that live in and on us might be responsible for whether we are healthy or unhealthy, and even whether we are fat or thin, writes Ed Yong. I was born just under 30 years ago. That moment, just before I emerged into the world, was the last time in my life that I would be completely sterile. Inside the womb, it was just me and mum - a universe of two.