Air conditioning as a human right; Drug-resistant bacteria

Air conditioning as a human right; Drug-resistant bacteria

By NPR

Here & Now Anytime

Wednesday, 10 August

As record-breaking heat spans almost every continent, should air conditioning be a human right for the billions without it? Dr. Morgan Bazilian of the Colorado School of Mines weighs in. And, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is concerned about antibiotic-resistant bacteria as new data shows the pandemic caused it to surge in hospitals. Dr. Chris Murray of the University of Washington joins us.
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