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Study said babies who have wide variety of different bacteria living in noses tend to recover more quickly from first respiratory virus.

Deccan Chronicle Dec 3 2018 - 20:09

Oils from garlic and several other common herbs and medicinal plants show strong activity against the bacterium that causes Lyme disease, according

News Medical Dec 3 2018 - 19:18

The classic example of a disease that originates in the gut microbiome is infection by C.

Reader's Digest Dec 3 2018 - 17:17

Scientists developed a new method to identify resistance genes in gut bacteria.

TheHealthSite Dec 3 2018 - 05:54

New research on the types of bacteria living in babies' noses could offer clues as to why some recover quickly from their first cough or cold,

Medical Xpress Dec 3 2018 - 00:03

New research on the types of bacteria living in babies' noses could offer clues as to why some recover quickly from their first cough or cold,

News Medical Dec 2 2018 - 23:55

Gut bacteria and golf may seem like a strange combination, but not to Sydney Bormann, a junior human biology major at South Dakota State University

The Daily Republic Dec 1 2018 - 05:14

Infants born at home have more diverse bacteria in their guts and feces, which may affect their developing immunity and metabolism, according to ne

Epoch Times Nov 30 2018 - 22:26

The cultures reminded him of Swiss cheese, says Egbert Hoiczyk.

The Scientist Nov 30 2018 - 21:52

The toilet on the International Space Station (ISS) is home to strains of Enterobacter bacteria that are similar to recently discovered multi-drug

digitaltrends.com Nov 30 2018 - 15:14

Researchers have used an innovative approach to identify thousands of antibiotic resistance genes found in bacteria that inhabit the human gut.

Science Daily Nov 30 2018 - 14:00

Together with colleagues from Sweden and Luxembourg, scientists from the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) of the University of Luxe

News Medical Nov 30 2018 - 11:07

Antibiotic resistance isn’t just a problem on Earth. It’s happening in space, too.

Mental Floss Nov 30 2018 - 10:34

The Metro published findings today from an investigation they did on random samplings of U.K. McDonald's touch screens.

YAHOO! Nov 30 2018 - 04:34

Sea anemones normally kill and eat fish.

Labroots Nov 29 2018 - 17:28

If you’re ordering McDonald’s from a touchscreen, you may want to bring your own disinfectant. According to a new study performed by U.K.

People Nov 29 2018 - 11:45

MRSA, E. coli, they’re all very scary.

ZME Science Nov 29 2018 - 08:38

Wherever humans go, our bacterial companions will follow.

Astronomy Nov 29 2018 - 08:15

Researchers have discovered how bacteria manage to destroy enemy DNA, while keeping their own genetic material safe.

Phys.org Nov 29 2018 - 08:08

The International Space Station hosts some less desirable strains of bacteria, with the organism Enterobacter bugandensis having been identified fr

Digital Journal Nov 29 2018 - 07:39

In a development that could lead to better drug delivery systems and modern antibiotics, UC Santa Barbara researchers have uncovered a novel mechan

ScienceBlog Nov 29 2018 - 04:38

In recent years, scientists have engineered bacteria with expanded genetic codes that produce proteins made from a wider range of molecular buildin

astrobiology.com Nov 28 2018 - 20:17

Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Scientists found 5 strains of Enterobacter bugandensis from two locations on the ISS.

Forbes Nov 28 2018 - 17:25

A clownfish peers out of his stoop inside of an anemone that hosts him. Anemones are known for stinging, killing and eating fish.

Phys.org Nov 28 2018 - 13:09

A new study found that UV light can help kill bacteria. Share on Pinterest Bacteria tend to grow more in darker spaces.

Healthline Nov 28 2018 - 11:29

A Democratic state lawmaker on Wednesday apologized for saying on the Illinois House floor that she wanted to pump a lethal “broth of Legionella” b

Chicago Tribune Nov 28 2018 - 10:09

Scientists recently discovered antibiotic resistant bacteria in the toilets aboard the International Space Station.

Live Science Nov 28 2018 - 07:33

Federal health officials have given the green light for the public to eat some romaine lettuce again after a massive E.

YAHOO! Nov 28 2018 - 06:54

Horses with differing body types have been found to have different species of gut microbiomes.

Paulick Report Nov 28 2018 - 06:20

In recent years, scientists have engineered bacteria with expanded genetic codes that produce proteins made from a wider range of molecular buildin

Phys.org Nov 28 2018 - 05:01

In a comprehensive study of healthy corals, scientists report that coral bacteria are a surprisingly diverse bunch -- and that different sections o

Science Daily Nov 27 2018 - 14:57

We may be dreaming of Mars this week, with NASA’s InSight lander having touched down on the red planet yesterday.

Popular Science Nov 27 2018 - 13:14

A leafy little tunnel runs through the undergrowth along the Black River in the Seattle suburb of Renton: an otter trail.

KUOW Nov 27 2018 - 10:36

When it comes to the well-being of coral reefs, for many years scientists focused on bleaching, an event that can endanger corals and the diverse m

University of Washington Nov 27 2018 - 09:58

Drug-resistant bacteria—germs that have adapted immunities to antibiotic treatments—have found their way to the International Space Station, accord

Motherboard Nov 27 2018 - 05:00

Eighty-two-year-old Fay Sherret went in for a routine heart valve replacement in 2015.

ABC Health Nov 26 2018 - 22:09

A leafy little tunnel runs through the undergrowth along the Black River in the Seattle suburb of Renton: an otter trail.

KUOW Nov 26 2018 - 20:23

NASA scientists have discovered the presence of antibiotic resistant bacteria on the International Space Station.

SlashGear Nov 26 2018 - 14:15

Researchers at the Laboratory of Organic Electronics, Linköping University, have together with colleagues at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laborat

Phys.org Nov 26 2018 - 08:11

There's a photo of a bright-eyed baby in a knitted owl toque. Another shows a toddler plunked down between Halloween pumpkins.

Medical Xpress Nov 26 2018 - 07:22

Many soil bacteria are resistant to antibiotics by nature.

EurekAlert! Nov 26 2018 - 06:31

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MarketWatch Nov 26 2018 - 05:00

Researchers at the University of Tübingen and the German Center for Infection Research (DZIF) have achieved a breakthrough in the decoding of multi

Phys.org Nov 26 2018 - 04:51

New research finds that an insect-derived antibiotic can destroy the protective membrane of some of the most prevalent drug-resistant bacteria.

The Guardian Nigeria Nov 25 2018 - 19:53

Scientists have discovered that bacteria in the deepest parts of the seafloor are absorbing carbon dioxide and could be an additional food source f

Maritime Executive Nov 25 2018 - 19:42

Orbiting 250 miles above the Earth, the International Space Station (ISS) is home to a handful of people constantly inhabiting the orbital outpost

YAHOO! Nov 25 2018 - 08:29

In March 2015, researchers at NASA JPL analyzed samples taken from the toilet and the exercise platform on the ISS and identified five strains of b

i4u.com Nov 24 2018 - 21:13

Why don’t we have an arsenal of fast-acting cures for tuberculosis, malaria, and pneumonia?

Medium Nov 24 2018 - 15:52

A new nose drop containing “friendly” bacteria that could help prevent meningitis is being tested by UK doctors in a world-first trial.

The Scotsman Nov 23 2018 - 22:12

“It’s like a cheetah going after a wildebeest,” says Judith Armitage, lead scientist for Bacterial World, an exhibition at the Oxford University Mu

New Scientist Nov 23 2018 - 09:41