Tag : bacteria

Frank Zander Hosts Charity Dinner For Homeless In Berlin

Health/Nutrition  21 December '16

How To Avoid Food Poisoning This Holiday Season

Christmas is the time of the year in which the refrigerators are filled with left-over foods but humans are not the only ones who are happy this holiday season but also the bacteria that attack the food, leading to serious illnesses.

Mysterious Outbreak Sickens Young Dental Patients In Orange County

Health/Nutrition  19 December '16

OC Dental Hospital Shut Down Due To Traces Of Bacteria In Water

Children's Dental Group of Anaheim, which has had possibly dozens of young patients develop serious health problems because of infected water, has been ordered closed by Orange County officials.

Daily Antiretroviral Pill Found To Protect Healthy From AIDS Transmission

School  13 November '16

Getting The Right Antibiotic For Your Children

The rise of antibiotic consumption and the increase in use of last-resort antibiotic drugs raises serious concerns for public health.

Immigration And Border Security Issues Loom Heavy In Upcoming U.S. Elections

Health/Nutrition  26 October '16

Vibrio Vulnificus, Flesh Eating Bacteria Reccently Killed A Man; Signs & Symptoms That You Should Know

Everything you need to know about this flesh-eating bacteria is right here.

The Great British Seaside - Weston-Super-Mare

Celebrity Daddy(Soft News)  11 October '16

Nestle's Ice Cream Cones Are Being Recalled After Listeria Bacteria Test

Nestle voluntarily recalled their ice cream cones after detecting Listeria contamination in one of their facilities.

The Labour Party Annual Conference

School  29 April '16

Scientists Release Astounding New Details On Ice-Making Bacteria

German scientists have discovered how an Amazonian-based bacteria makes its own ice crystals from water at such potent rates.

New Year's Resolutions Send Thousands To The Gym

Health/Nutrition  8 April '16

Free Weights At The Gym Have 362 Times More Bacteria Than A Toilet Seat, Study Shows

Gym equipment harbor extremely harmful amounts of bacteria that may lead to infections, viruses and other diseases, according to a study.

A newborn baby girl

Infant  3 April '16

Side Effects Of Antibiotics: Babies Given Antibiotics Are More Prone To Obesity When Older, Study Says

Learn more details about a new study on the unintended effects of giving antibiotics to babies.

Typhoon Matmo Sweeps Through Taipei

Health/Nutrition  8 March '16

New Study Reveals Deadly Waterborne Bacteria Could Be Spreading Due To El Niño

The public is now warned about the dangerous diseases that are possible to be spread due to El Niño.


Health/Nutrition  7 March '16

Hospital-Acquired Infections Are Believed to Be Caused by Antibiotic-Resistant Superbugs, CDC Reports

The CDC has informed the public that one out of seven hospital-acquired infections may be from antibiotic-resistant superbugs.

Orthodox Jewish Community Holds Kosher Fest

Food  4 March '16

Easy Ways to Avoid Food Poisoning Caused by Bacteria

Forty-eight million or one out of six Americans get sick from food poisoning each year and128, 000 of these get hospitalized while 3,000 die, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Health/Nutrition  5 February '16

New Study Claims Beard Bacteria Could Be A Source Of New Antibiotics

Beard bacteria could be a good source of new antibiotics.

Bacterial infections

Health/Nutrition  10 February '14

Bacterial infections explain toothache

A recent study published in the journal Nature Communications discovered, on the molecular level, how bacterial infections could cause toothaches.

Older Siblings’ Cells Can Be Passed From Female Dogs to Their Puppies in the Womb, Researchers Find

Health/Nutrition  16 December '13

Gut Bacteria May Help Pets Protect Kids From Allergies

Bacteria in the gut may offer clues as to why pets seems to protect kids against asthma and allergies, reports The Wall Street Journal citing a new scientific study.


Health/Nutrition  13 December '13

Breakthrough could lead to protection from fatal infections

Research shows that deletion of the Epac1 gene protects from fatal rickettsiosis


Health/Nutrition  29 August '13

Bacteria in the Gut May Predict Risks for Obesity

Gut bacteria may predict whether or not a person become obese, according to research published Thursday.

Bacteria in the Mouth Cause Bowel Cancer

Parenting  15 August '13

Bacteria in the Mouth Cause Bowel Cancer

Mouth bacteria may trigger a series of chain reactions that can eventually lead to bowel cancer.

Fonterra Dairy

Parenting  3 August '13

Fonterra Dairy Recall: Infant Formula May Have Botulism, Product Recall in China

Fonterra, the world's fourth largest dairy company, is recalling formula exported to China after some of its dairy products contained a strain of a bacteria which can cause botulism, the company announced Saturday.

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