Today's News

March 7, 1929


Following World War 1, Fleming searched for anti-bacterial agents, having witnessed the death of many soldiers from catching diseases from infected wounds. His discovery of penicillin was completely accidental.

"When I woke up just after dawn on September 28, 1928, I certainly didn't plan to revolutionize all medicine by discovering the world's first antibiotic, or bacteria killer," Fleming would later say,"But I suppose that was exactly what happened".

Fleming's substance, penicillin, has been released today, March 7, 1929. Ask your doctor about it now.

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New Bridge

The San Francisco toll bridge is now officially opened! The bridge opened on March 2, and it measures to be 12 miles long! The longest bridge in the world so far!

Freezing to Death!

France has been experiencing extremely cold temperatures over the past couple weeks. Due to the cold weather, 2,390 people have been killed over a 10 day time period.