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In fact, tests indicate bacteria levels in the water dropped dramatically even before the gates at the St.

TCPalm Nov 4 2016 - 10:15

Over the past few decades, many bacteria have become resistant to existing antibiotics, and few new drugs have emerged.

Med India Nov 4 2016 - 10:08

New research from University of California San Diego shows that there may be a link between gut bacteria and migraines.

blog.naturalhealthyconcepts.com Nov 4 2016 - 06:47

Electron microscopic tomogram of dividing cells of the green sulfur bacterium Chlorobaculum tepidum, with chlorosomes rendered in simulated color.

Phys Nov 4 2016 - 05:21

Recent research has successfully engineered an antimicrobial peptide that can possibly kill bacteria -- even those that are antibiotic resistant.

Nature World News Nov 3 2016 - 23:59

Mortimer JR(1), Forsdyke DR. Author information: (1)Department of Biochemistry, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

ncbi.nlm.nih.gov Nov 3 2016 - 15:38

Tuberculosis (TB) is a major global public health problem. Treatment often takes many months and till this day there is no effective vaccine.

Medical Xpress Nov 3 2016 - 13:58


Energetic City Nov 3 2016 - 13:01

Migraineurs have a higher amount of nitrate-reducing oral bacteria.

The Johns Hopkins Newsletter Nov 3 2016 - 08:14

Dutch designer Teresa van Dongen has unveiled a fascinating LED pendant lamp that is powered by living, electrochemically-active bacteria.

Inhabitat Nov 3 2016 - 06:05

Kristine Opsvik Wikene holding up four test tubes containing (from the left) sucrose, glucose, the liquid compound of the two and the NADES solutio

Phys Nov 3 2016 - 05:58


USA Today Nov 3 2016 - 04:39

Not all bacteria are harmful. “Friendly” bacteria, known as probiotics, are actually good for your digestive system.

Newton Daily News Nov 3 2016 - 03:49

City and state officials have been working for the last three months to find out why the water in three Britton homes have tested over the acceptab

Aberdeen News Nov 3 2016 - 03:06

Nearly 50 percent of the recorded 1.7 million cases of hospital-acquired infections in the U.S.

Nature World News Nov 3 2016 - 01:26

Your skin, hair, and nails will be ever so grateful.

mindbodygreen.com Nov 2 2016 - 22:49

As if astronauts on the space station didn’t have it tough enough.

Cosmos Nov 2 2016 - 18:45

The bacteria in your gut can be one of your strongest allies in getting healthy…or it can be one of your worst enemies.

wisemindhealthybody.com Nov 2 2016 - 18:24

Chicago researchers from the University of Illinois have found the way by which antibiotics -- chloramphenicol and linezolid fight bacteria.

Med India Nov 2 2016 - 16:44

PITTSBURGH - Bacteria that nearly killed an infant living in Washington County can be found in the soil in western Pennsylvania.

WPXI Nov 2 2016 - 15:03

There’s big money to be had in gut bacteria.

FORTUNE Nov 2 2016 - 13:09

Prince George's Hospital Center closed its neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) Wednesday after a potentially deadly bacterium was discovered f

NBC Washington 4 Nov 2 2016 - 12:33

For the second time in three months, a Maryland hospital has shut down its neonatal intensive care unit after babies tested positive for potentiall

Wbal TV 11 Nov 2 2016 - 11:07

An international team of engineers has developed an antimicrobial peptide that can destroy many types of bacteria, including some that are resistan

scitechdaily.com Nov 2 2016 - 10:03

Descend two hundred meters (about 656 feet) below the surface and the ocean is reduced to total darkness.

ocean.si.edu Nov 2 2016 - 10:03

Dimension Healthcare officials closed a neonatal intensive care unit at a Cheverly hospital Wednesday after discovering potentially deadly bacteria

Washington Informer Nov 2 2016 - 09:34

The propionibacterium acnes -- bacteria known to contribute to acne as well as certain other infections -- usually lives on the skin harmlessly.

everylifecounts.ndtv.com Nov 2 2016 - 09:13

The Prince George’s Hospital Center is closing its neonatal intensive care unit for the second time this year following another bacterial outbreak

Washington Post Nov 2 2016 - 09:13

In its billions of years on earth, plant life has become super-efficient at using light – and now it’s showing how it does it.

technology.org Nov 2 2016 - 05:59

Some children, for example, are born with a genetic predisposition to type-1 diabetes.

m.moneycontrol.com Nov 2 2016 - 03:22

HENDERSON, Nev. and KENOSHA, Wis., Nov. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Henderson Hospital is the first hospital in the U.S.

prnewswire.com Nov 2 2016 - 02:53

Q: I purchased a bottle of unpasteurized cider and now have concerns about drinking it, as my husband and I are older. Can I boil it?

The Columbus Dispatch Nov 2 2016 - 02:03

For patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), the associated pain and nausea can be a massive burden – but a helping hand may one day be in t

Cosmos Nov 2 2016 - 00:37


CBS Baltimore Nov 1 2016 - 19:15

Gene expression data suggest that bacteria experience reduced glucose uptake and increased extracellular acidity in E. coli in space.

Science Daily Nov 1 2016 - 16:59

Over the past few decades, many bacteria have become resistant to existing antibiotics, and few new drugs have emerged. A recent study from a U.K.

Science Daily Nov 1 2016 - 16:59

Two widely prescribed antibiotics—chloramphenicol and linezolid—may fight bacteria in a different way from what scientists and doctors thought for

Phys Nov 1 2016 - 14:07

The world's oldest mummies are melting into black slime as bacteria ravages the human remains.

Mirror Nov 1 2016 - 13:17

BOSTON – Implanted medical devices like catheters, surgical mesh and dialysis systems are ideal surfaces on which bacteria can colonize and form ha

scienmag.com Nov 1 2016 - 12:20

BOSTON, Nov. 1 (UPI) --It's hard for biofilm to develop on the surface of an object if bacteria can't latch on to it.

United Press International Nov 1 2016 - 09:42

Last week, it was announced that a rainforest plant uses quantum mechanics to capture light more efficiently.

iflscience.com Nov 1 2016 - 08:09

Scientists have discovered that bacteria on the skin trapped in clogged pore, surrounded by oil and no air, release fatty acids that trigger inflam

m.food.ndtv.com Nov 1 2016 - 04:20

NEW YORK: Bacteria, when caught in certain circumstances such as in a clogged pore, surrounded by oil and no air, can cause the inflammatory respon

Economic Times Nov 1 2016 - 02:33

Your gut houses nearly 100 trillion bacteria, and not all of them are health-friendly.

healthyfoodusa.com Nov 1 2016 - 01:00

Bacteria, when caught in certain circumstances such as in a clogged pore, surrounded by oil and no air, can cause the inflammatory response known a

24indianews.com Oct 31 2016 - 22:37

M. Bar Dolev et al., “Putting life on ice: Bacteria that bind to frozen water,” J R Soc Interface, 13:20160210, 2016.

The Scientist Oct 31 2016 - 21:18

DACULA, Ga. — A year ago, Cindy Martinez was struggling to walk even just a few feet and lift just five pounds.

The Florida Times-Union Jacksonville Oct 31 2016 - 19:59

According to a recent study, people who suffer from migraines have a different mix of gut bacteria that makes them more sensitive to the impact of

mindfood.com Oct 31 2016 - 18:05

Houses could be prevented from collapsing by bacteria genetically engineered to stabilise the soil beneath their foundations.

The Times Oct 31 2016 - 17:07

I recently wrote about hypercoagulation, which is the phenomenon of increased activation of blood clotting and decreased activation of clot dissolu

roguehealthandfitness.com Oct 31 2016 - 15:06