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The swimming areas in Stoddard Park and Pleasure Point have been temporarily closed after high levels of bacteria were reported in the waters on Tu

Patch Jun 16 2020 - 19:39

People with abnormal clusters of blood vessels in the brain called cavernous angiomas had differences in their gut bacteria.

National Institutes of Health Jun 16 2020 - 14:01

Over a three-year period, Faisal Ahmad Khan and his fellow researchers have taken samples from various sites along the River Svartån and in the Lak

News Medical Jun 16 2020 - 07:32

Of the thousands of species of bacteria that live in the digestive tract, scientists know how only a handful of them directly influence human healt

Medical Xpress Jun 16 2020 - 07:22

Atherosclerosis (plaque build-up in the arteries) is the leading cause of heart diseases Study: Altering gut microbiome could reduce cholesterol le

International Business Times Jun 16 2020 - 06:40

Recent research is continuing to illuminate the role gut bacteria can play in all sorts of health outcomes, uncovering its ties with depression, ob

New Atlas Jun 15 2020 - 19:21

Dark matter groups of bacteria have only been discovered as scientists used genetic sequencing to search for microbes in different locations.

U.S. News & World Report Jun 15 2020 - 13:53

Newly published research details a ‘clear link’ between taking a common cholesterol-lowering drug and healthier gut bacteria.

SlashGear Jun 15 2020 - 13:06

Scientists at Scripps Research have developed molecules that can remodel the bacterial population of intestines to a healthier state and they have

Medical Xpress Jun 15 2020 - 12:25

How lipopolysaccharide embedded in bacterial membranes is sensed by intracellular defense mechanisms has been puzzling.

Nature Jun 15 2020 - 08:13

How your diet, microbes and more contribute to your gut’s health.

Discover Magazine Jun 15 2020 - 06:03

As the Great Barrier Reef continues to suffer from the devastating effects of climate change, researchers have discovered that certain types of fri

IFLScience Jun 15 2020 - 04:40

If COVID-19 is bad, the rapid rise of resistant bacteria is easily as bad or worse.

Digital Journal Jun 14 2020 - 14:20

If COVID-19 is bad, the rapid rise of resistant bacteria is easily as bad or worse.

Digital Journal Jun 14 2020 - 14:20

A New Jersey company has recalled nearly 43,000 pounds of beef over concerns the meat might be contaminated with E.

NJ.com Jun 14 2020 - 10:31

The Health Department has warnings to avoid the water at three sites on the St.

Treasure Coast Newspapers Jun 12 2020 - 08:53

Can a probiotic derived from Chinese pickles prevent cavities?

Medical Xpress Jun 12 2020 - 08:08

The sheer endless expanses of the oceans are hostile deserts—at least from the perspective of a bacterium living in water.

Phys.org Jun 12 2020 - 07:49

Every second of every day, countless biochemical reactions take place in our bodies' cells.

Phys.org Jun 12 2020 - 06:54

We’re now looking at its potential to prevent respiratory infections, including COVID-19. But how does it work?

YAHOO! Jun 11 2020 - 19:40

Scientists around the world are continuing to test countless vaccines and drugs in the hope of finding effective ways to prevent and treat COVID-19

Medical Xpress Jun 11 2020 - 07:02

OM85 harnesses molecules extracted from bacteria, and has shown promise in preventing severe respiratory infections.

The Conversation Jun 10 2020 - 18:54

A new study is showing a link between bacteria in the gut and the abnormal formation of vessels in the brain which can increase the risk of stroke.

WPLG Jun 10 2020 - 06:59

CRISPR technology is emerging as a potential antimicrobial against antimicrobial-resistant bacteria.

Nature Jun 10 2020 - 02:07

Managed by Public Health England, the NCTC holds about 6,000 bacterial strains representing more than 900 species that can infect, sicken, maim and

Hartford Courant Jun 9 2020 - 17:59

It’s no secret that Americans tend to eat a high-salt diet, something health officials have been encouraging the public to change in light of the a

SlashGear Jun 9 2020 - 17:04

The largest study of its kind in the U.S.

Phys.org Jun 9 2020 - 04:05

Microbes are well known for working together in stressful environments.

Wired Jun 9 2020 - 04:00

The long-standing rules for assigning scientific names to bacteria and archaea are overdue for an update, according to a new consensus statement ba

EurekAlert! Jun 8 2020 - 11:01

While horizontal gene transfer is prevalent across the biosphere, the regulatory features that enable expression and functionalization of foreign D

Nature Jun 8 2020 - 08:31

The long-standing rules for assigning scientific names to bacteria and archaea are overdue for an update, according to a new consensus statement ba

Phys.org Jun 8 2020 - 08:02

Marine-derived bacteria are a prolific source of a wide range of structurally diverse natural products.

Nature Jun 7 2020 - 20:23

Although bacteria are single-celled and microscopically small, they still need energy to survive, just like us.

YAHOO! Jun 6 2020 - 22:30

It's a shocking idea: a fabric that can produce small amounts of electricity powered by movement, allowing your clothing to zap microbes and b

Japan Today Jun 6 2020 - 14:33

Researchers led by scientists at the University of Chicago have discovered that there's a link between the presence of a blood vessel abnormal

Atlanta Journal-Constitution Jun 5 2020 - 21:09

With swimming season in full effect, bacteria levels are monitored along the Virginia coast and the beaches in Hampton are among the many tested.

WAVY Jun 5 2020 - 17:13

A new study from researchers at Oxford University's Departments of Zoology and Biochemistry shows that warring bacteria will engage in suicida

Phys.org Jun 5 2020 - 07:42

Potential health risks for those who ingest or come in contact with the water include upset stomach, diarrhea, eye irritation and skin rashes.

Treasure Coast Newspapers Jun 5 2020 - 06:21

Bacterial colonization of surfaces has a profound environmental, technological and medical impact. Here, Secchi et al.

Nature Jun 5 2020 - 02:12

It's a shocking idea: a fabric that can produce small amounts of electricity powered by movement, allowing your clothing to zap microbes and b

YAHOO! Jun 5 2020 - 01:06

One of them is PIB’s Fact Check Twitter handle. They have yet again taken to the micro-blogging site to debunk a Covid-19 related fake news piece.

Hindustan Times Jun 5 2020 - 00:49

New research suggests male sex hormones may be behind more deadly coronavirus infections in men, and using DNA-barcoded bacterial spores to mark an

Science | AAAS Jun 4 2020 - 11:59

Under stress, many reefs that were formerly dominated by coral are shifting to systems dominated by turf and fleshy algae.

University of Hawaii Jun 4 2020 - 11:51

The most notable challenges in bacterial and archaeal taxonomy is the rapid rate at which new diversity is being discovered as a result of being ab

Nature Jun 4 2020 - 08:16

An NIH funded study found a link between the appearance of abnormal, stroke-inducing blood vessel bundles, called cavernous angiomas, and the compo

EurekAlert! Jun 4 2020 - 06:27

In a nationwide study, NIH funded researchers found that the presence of abnormal bundles of brittle blood vessels in the brain or spinal cord, cal

Medical Xpress Jun 4 2020 - 06:06

Three more babies have been infected following an outbreak of a rare bacteria in an Adelaide hospital, which left one child in a serious condition.

News.com.au Jun 4 2020 - 01:22

Another three babies at Adelaide's Flinders Medical Centre test positive for a rare bacteria, after health authorities yesterday confirmed fiv

Australian Broadcasting Corporation Jun 4 2020 - 00:51

An incredibly focused study, led by researchers at the University of Virginia, has demonstrated the profound influence diet and gut bacteria has on

New Atlas Jun 3 2020 - 18:34

The Florida Department of Health says water in flooded streets and from overflowing sewage systems or backed-up septic tanks can be a health hazard

Treasure Coast Newspapers Jun 3 2020 - 11:55