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A new report [warns / warning] that people could be [in / on] danger from superbugs if they eat rare and undercooked meat. The report is [calling / called] the Review on Antimicrobial Resistance. Researchers looked [into / onto] how antibiotics in food are making bugs stronger. The report said the use of antibiotics in agriculture [is / are] making bugs stronger and more resistant to our medicines. The researchers said the [hugely / huge] amount of antibiotics in farming could [been / be] dangerous to people's health around the world. They suggested that farmers [reduce / reduction] the amount of antibiotics they give to their animals. The [leader / lead] of the research, Jim O'Neill, said this was important if we wanted to make sure that our life-saving medicines still work [effective / effectively] .

The researchers are calling for [strictly / strict] targets to reduce the number of antibiotics [gave / given] to farm animals. Mr O'Neill said this was [necessary / needing] because of the huge amount of antibiotics farmers give their animals. He said: "I find it unbelievable that [in / on] many countries, most of the consumption of antibiotics is in animals, [prefer / rather] than humans. This creates a big [risk / risky] for everyone." He added that the public could [get / getting] ill from superbugs if they ate meat that was rare or undercooked. He said: "My [advise / advice] to consumers is that they have to make sure they cook meat [properly / proper] . If you are going to choose to cook it as rare as possible you have to be aware of where it's coming [to / from] ."

 
 

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