People and animals are developing and winning the fight against bacterial, viral, parasitic, and fungal infections since the evolution of medicine. The anatomical defense against harmful pathogens in the human body, animals and even in plants made the host seem vulnerable to the ailments from these microbes. The World Health Organization (WHO) is expecting the resistance of bacteria, parasites, virus, and fungi within the human body with or without antibiotic intervention. Scientists are now in focus in finding new approaches to the antibiotic crisis, or simple ailments would be impossible to treat in the future.
It is not only man, animals and plants that are building up resistance to harmful pathogens, bacteria, fungi, and other life-threatening pathogens; microbes are developing their resistance too. According to Physics.org, when micro-organisms start to resist the natural antibodies of the human body, antibiotic intervention applies to fight off these pathogens. Microbes will also wise up and develop their own defenses against antibiotics.