Antibiotics Are Flooding Earth's Rivers

Antibiotics Are Flooding Earth's Rivers
AP Photo/Tony Dejak, File

In a photograph, steam rises from a pile of garbage that sits by a river. The river is the Odaw, in Ghana, near the country's capital city of Accra, and in the photo the Odaw's water is black.

“They refer to it as a dead river,” said Alistair Boxall, who is an environmental chemist at the University of York in the United Kingdom.

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