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  • Bacteria discovered that causes obesity.
    Bacteria discovered that causes obesity
    One bacterium that can be part of the bacterial population of the human gut has been found to promote obesity in mice. Dr. Michael Blaut and a team of researchers from the German Institute of Human Nutrition Potsdam-Rehbruecke in Nuthetal found...
  • Dr Lili Fan Probiotics outstanding Bioative Delivery technology
    Dr Lili Fan Probiotics outstanding Bioative Delivery technology
    Dr. Lili Fan Probiotics and the beauty of this line is that we all know that maintaining a balance between good and bad bacteria has benefits well beyond the digestive tract – studies have shown that it also affects the health and appearance...
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    Healthy habits to reduce infection
    There are concerns about the rise of antibiotic resistant infections, and the spread of these bacteria. There is a particular concern in hospitals where it is very easy to pass bacteria between patients via healthcare workers. Healthcare workers...
  •  Swimming pools-fun or family nightmare!
    Swimming pools-fun or family nightmare!
    Swimming pools and relaxation. Summer rimes with vacation for millions of kids and adults alike; regardless of age and social background. With temperatures reaching 95 to 98 degree Fahrenheit, it is a delight to refresh oneself and cool off just...
  • The microscopic one celled Acanthamoeba
    If you don't change your contacts, amoebas could eat out your eyes
    It’s not just a marketing ploy in which the makers of contact lenses and doctors are in cahoots. Changing your contact lenses as directed could very well save your eyes. In mild cases, waiting too long to change your lenses could cause...
  • Don't wash your chicken campaign
    It's not open to debate: Do not wash raw chicken before cooking
    Great Britain's Food Standards Agency (FSA)issued a warning Monday morning telling consumers not to wash raw chicken before cooking it. The agency says that washing chicken spreadscampylobacter bacteria, a very common cause of food poisoning...
  • Example of Methicillin Resistant Staphyloccal Aureus infection
    Stubble bubble and other shaving trouble
    Men have it so easy when it comes to shaving: either shave the face, or part of it, or grow a full beard. There are so many styles available to a man, depending on his individual preference, face shape, hair color, type and thickness. Men can go...
  • Benefit of eating chocolate require a key ingredient and a healthy gut
    Benefit of eating chocolate require a key ingredient and a healthy gut
    The debate over whether or not consuming dark chocolate promotes health and how it does this may be closer to a resolution, or at least for one component of dark chocolate; cocoa powder. For centuries there have been anecdotal stories of the...
  • Pregnant
    Human placenta home to bacteria
    The human placenta – previously thought to be a sterile environment – has been found to contain a small but diverse amount of bacteria. According to a study published in the May 21 journal Science Translational Medicine, researchers...
  • The Chesapeake Bay
    No swimming 48 hours after a rainstorm
    Boating, fishing, crabbing, and swimming are just a few recreational activities many Marylanders enjoy during the summer. It is one of the perks of living so close to multiple water sources; however, how many of us are familiar with the 48-hour...
  • The beauty and transformative power of buttermilk
    The beauty and transformative power of buttermilk
    Hygiene for the soul. Served in martini glasses garnished with cornbread. When you are searching for meaning in a hi-tech world a simple glass of buttermilk or a buttermilk recipe will ground and center you. The smooth, thick and creamy...
  • You have dirty money in your wallet
    You have dirty money in your wallet
    According to a new study, dirty money takes on a whole new meaning when examined for bacteria. Paper money is one of the most frequently passed items in the planet. The unpublished study was described in the April 21 edition of The Wall Street...
  • Is you kitchen making you sick?
    Is your kitchen making you sick?
    Have you been getting sick more than usual? Many people have been and the reason may be as near as your kitchen. As is being reported today, April 16, 2014 by Yahoo News, your kitchen may be the incubator for drug-resistant bacteria and the...
  • Oil Pulling
    Oil Pulling - the key to health?
    I have been asked about five times in the last week if Oil Pulling is worthwhile. It is definitely the latest fad to hit the market. There is lots of information going around about its abilities to make teeth whiter, cure diseases, clear skin, and...
  • Staphylococcus aureus biofilm on an indwelling catheter.
    MIT reports the first man-made bacterial biofilms
    The first man-made bacterial biofilms that can be manipulated by environmental factors and transfer the added man-made element to other bacteria that have not been adjusted by man was reported by Timothy Lu, an assistant professor of electrical...