If you're interested to learn about antibiotics or think you don't need to know about the role antibiotics are playing in world health, go check out this exhibition. Aptly titled Back From The Dead, the underground gallery displays facts, figures & narratives on the usage of antibiotics through history. My personal fascination with antibiotics is intrinsically tied in with how healthcare is delivered across the world and the different ways antibiotics are dispensed. Of course I take at least one type of antibiotic every month on average with an added touch of suspense now & then as one of my doctors rings me repeatedly one time hoping I haven't already taken a tablet prescribed by another one of my doctors who forgot to liaise with him beforehand thereby giving me an antibiotic (Naproxen) that could be dangerous for my highly sensitive IBD stomach. They're these weird substances, given away like after dinner mints, consumed like candy but nobody really has a definite, commanding consensus on them - almost as if it were medicine.