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Scientists studying pathogens such as Chlamydia, Legionella, and Listeria get a master class in how to control the internal workings of mammalian c

The Scientist Dec 1 2022 - 00:14

Australian researchers have uncovered a new way that bacteria could become superbugs and avoid being killed by antibiotics.

Couriermail Nov 30 2022 - 18:36

Researchers are working to determine the best way for anti-cancer drugs to get to the tumors they are supposed to treat.

SciTech Daily Nov 30 2022 - 13:25

Attention! Cleanup needed on self-checkout counter “No.

New York Post on MSN.com Nov 30 2022 - 12:43

Almost 200 species of bacteria colonize microfibers in the Mediterranean Sea, including one that causes food poisoning in humans, according to a ne

EurekAlert! Nov 30 2022 - 12:21

Almost 200 species of bacteria, including one that can cause food poisoning, were found on microfibre particles from the Mediterranean Sea

New Scientist on MSN.com Nov 30 2022 - 11:00

Yunaidi Joepoet / GettyMost consumers don’t think about what happens to their garments and products after they’ve disposed of them.

YAHOO!News Nov 30 2022 - 11:00

Thanks to plastic pollution, fishing activities, and the textile industry that release huge amounts of microfibers into the Mediterranean Sea, almo

Forbes Nov 30 2022 - 10:30

Researchers at the University of Edinburgh found that M. leprae rejuvenated livers, coaxing these organs to grow dramatically.

Inverse on MSN.com Nov 30 2022 - 04:00

The gut microbiome—the community of trillions of microorganisms that live in the intestinal tract—is vital to human health.

Smithsonian Magazine Nov 29 2022 - 13:30

An exclusive interview with Rice University researchers sheds light on engineered bacteria that signal the presence of water contaminants in minute

Interesting Engineering Nov 29 2022 - 05:06

UW-Milwaukee's School of Freshwater Sciences researcher Sandra McLellan is recognized for her groundbreaking work to identify waterborne disea

WUWM Nov 28 2022 - 18:03

An expert on infectious diseases in animals is raising awareness about a potentially fatal bacteria that can be transmitted to pets and humans.

cbc.ca on MSN.com Nov 28 2022 - 12:09

A special school in Penarth has re-opened after low levels of the bacteria that can cause Legionnaires Diseases were found on the site.

Wales Online on MSN.com Nov 28 2022 - 08:18

Just five of the 33 bacteria were responsible for half of those deaths: Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, Streptococcus pneumoniae, Klebsiel

The Star Nov 27 2022 - 20:00

In a recent study published in the journal Nature Communications, researchers found that even a mild Covid infection can reduce the diversity of gu

Forbes Nov 26 2022 - 22:15

As part of that process, which started Nov 18 (2022), the WHO is convening over 300 scientists to consider evidence on more than 25 virus families

The Star Nov 26 2022 - 20:00

A team of researchers at Duke University has developed a vaccine against uropathogenic E.

Medical Xpress Nov 25 2022 - 10:40

Diagnosis of early-stage lung cancer with low-dose CT screening was associated with significant improvement in long-term survival.

MedPage Today Nov 25 2022 - 10:03

The study is part of growing research finding links between intestinal health and various forms of addiction, including to opioids and alcohol.

Madison.com Nov 25 2022 - 09:59

A child taken to hospital after being infected in a bacteria outbreak at a Surrey primary school is showing signs of recovery, parents have been to

BBC Nov 25 2022 - 09:14

A YOUNG pupil has died and another is being cared for in hospital after an outbreak of an invasive bacteria at a primary school in Surrey.

Irish Sun Nov 25 2022 - 05:03

Scientists may have discovered a key ingredient needed to fight antibiotic-resistant bacteria that causes sepsis and pneumonia.

BGR on MSN.com Nov 25 2022 - 04:59

A child taken to hospital after being infected in a bacteria outbreak at a Surrey primary school is showing signs of recovery, parents have been to

BBC Nov 25 2022 - 03:06

National Park ServiceZion National Park is one of the country’s, if not the world’s, natural wonders.

YAHOO!News Nov 25 2022 - 01:48

Pupils and staff at the school are being prescribed antibiotics. Release date: . Duration: 24 seconds . Featured

BBC Nov 24 2022 - 22:53

A primary school pupil has died and a second is being treated in hospital after a bacteria outbreak at a primary school in Surrey.

The Independent Nov 24 2022 - 15:02

A schoolchild has died and another was sent to hospital after an outbreak of a rare bacteria at a primary school, while classmates and teachers wer

The Mirror Nov 24 2022 - 12:56

A YOUNG child has died and another is in hospital following a rare bacteria outbreak affected kids at a primary school.

The Sun Nov 24 2022 - 12:24

A team of researchers affiliated with multiple institutions in China, working with a colleague in the U.S., has isolated a type of bacteria in the

Medical Xpress Nov 24 2022 - 12:10

A new study released today in Nature Communications from the Department of Biology, University of Oxford has found the first direct evidence of ant

News Medical Nov 24 2022 - 05:13

High-resolution spatial profiling reveals the preferred niches for bacteria in tumors, and shows how their presence enhances tumor metastasis.

Nature Nov 24 2022 - 04:22

Sugar substitutes found in many supermarket foods have been shown to kill off antibiotic-resistant bacteria that cause pneumonia and sepsis.

Medical Xpress Nov 24 2022 - 00:09

Researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden have identified the bacteria most commonly found in severe oral infections.

Medical Xpress Nov 24 2022 (All day)

A bacteria that can potentially cause a serious lung infection has been found in a cold water system at the largest hospital in the Hebrides.

BBC Nov 23 2022 - 15:11

A new study led by UNSW Sydney scientists unveils how nature's oldest wheel, found within bacteria, can fix itself when times get tough.

Phys.org Nov 23 2022 - 14:41

Moreover, and perhaps more importantly, photosynthesis subtracts CO 2 from the atmosphere rather than adding it.

The Economist Nov 23 2022 - 09:46

Food safety experts weigh in on kitchen contamination, leftovers safety and the great debate: should you wash your poultry?

FIU News Nov 23 2022 - 09:23

In a world first, Oxford University has found that drug resistant bacteria can travel from a human gut to infect other organs like the lungs.

Interesting Engineering Nov 23 2022 - 07:26

The key to beating antibiotic-resistant bacteria could have been hiding in plain sight on our supermarket shelves.

BBC Focus Nov 23 2022 - 01:21

The Florida Department of Health (FDOH) has issued bacteria advisories in two locations after high levels of enteric bacteria was found in the wate

WPEC West Palm Beach on MSN.com Nov 22 2022 - 17:15

A new case study from researchers at Oxford University has tracked, for the first time, the movement of antibiotic-resistant bacteria from a patien

New Atlas Nov 22 2022 - 17:13

The human love affair with whipped cream dates back to at least the 16th century, and it's a staple of all our favorite holiday desserts.

Ars Technica Nov 22 2022 - 10:19

As winds pick up dirt and sand, they also pick up any microbes adhering to those particles, potentially introducing them to new locations.

Eos Nov 22 2022 - 05:13

Five bacteria types -- E. coli, S. pneumoniae, K. pneumoniae, S. aureus and A.

National Herald Nov 22 2022 - 02:00

Bacteria can evolve to become resistant to the drugs designed to kill them, which poses a significant threat to public health.

Daily Express Nov 22 2022 - 01:51

The greatest cause of mortality worldwide is still infection, and a new Lancet study has found that at least 6.8 lakh deaths in India were caused b

DNA India on MSN.com Nov 22 2022 - 01:45

A coroner has written to the health secretary warning a lack of guidance around a bacteria that could contaminate new hospitals' water supply

BBC Nov 21 2022 - 21:56

Antibiotic resistant Pseudomonas bacteria were found to translocate from the gut to the lungs, where more life threatening infections could arise.

Science Daily Nov 21 2022 - 16:00

If you had to read Upton Sinclair’s 1906 novel The Jungle in high school, then you would know just how notorious the meat packing industry was back

YAHOO!News Nov 21 2022 - 13:09